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Trident SVP EX video processor powers Skyworth's LCD TVs

Posted: 30 Nov 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Trident Microsystems? Skyworth Optical? SVP EX? video processor? Digital Cinema Reality Engine?

Trident Microsystems Inc. disclosed that Skyworth Optical is using Trident's SVP EX ten-bit video processor, which features the Digital Cinema Reality Engine (DCRe), to power its 32-inch 32FL6U and 37-inch 37FL6U LCD TVs, which are now shipping under the Skyworth brand in China.

"We are extremely pleased that Skyworth, a leading consumer electronics brand and our long-term customer in China, has chosen our SVP EX ten-bit video processor with DCRe for its new 32-inch and 37-inch LCD TVs," said Dr. J.H. Chang, president of Trident. Chang added that with the enormous growth potential of China's domestic and export LCD TV market, the mainland's traditional CRT TV manufacturers are moving quickly into the LCD TV market.

The DCRe includes a triple, ten-bit ADC; a ten-bit, 3D color decoder; a ten-bit, dual-channel, 1080i motion-adaptive de-interlacer; a ten-bit, dual-channel scaler; a ten-bit, dual-channel color processor with blue-stretch, green-stretch, skin-color correction and white-balance control; and a ten-bit display interface. Additional features of the DCRe include advanced content-adaptive 3D noise reduction to decrease the popping and crackling that is prevalent on today's LCD TVs; enhanced horizontal and vertical controls; programmable LCD overdrive to eliminate the blurring of fast-moving objects; integrated VBI slicer and V-chip/closed-caption/teletext accelerator to support worldwide TV data and messaging needs; and a full-screen, 16-bit, bit-mapped OSD powered by a 2D-graphics accelerator.

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