The Next Big Thing in Video Upscaling is a Huge Step Forward
We all know that high resolution video can be the best thing that can happen to our home theater experience.
It allows us to play games with amazing detail, take beautiful photos, and look up new movies on YouTube or Netflix.
But now that the technology has reached a new level of quality and power, we are starting to see a real trend in video up-scaling.
This is great news for home theater owners, but it is also great news to the rest of the industry as we start to see more video upconversion being built on top of existing technology.
This video upscale trend is a big step forward in the world of video upresolution, but the problem lies with video scaling itself.
Upscaled video is an incredibly complex and time consuming process.
As a result, the amount of work that goes into making sure that the video is upscaled for a particular screen is incredibly expensive.
To help address this, a company called Next Big Picture (NGP) recently launched a new technology called the Video Upscale Accelerator.
The company claims that this new technology will reduce video scaling costs by as much as 75%.
What does this mean?
It means that the amount that you pay for video uprescaling, as well as the amount you spend on hardware and software, will go down dramatically.
Let’s take a closer look at what this means for the home theater market.