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Pixelfusion for Windows Media Player 1.6      

Size:   1.02MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Visit Website | More Programs

Release Date:   2008-08-21

Submit Date:   2008-08-21

OS:  Windows XP

Downloads:   10410

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10


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Software Product Description

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Pixelfusion is a unique new technology that processes digital video to make it sharper and clearer. Most downloaded or streamed video tend to look 'blurry' due to a reduction in the resolution of the video in order to reduce download time. When viewed, it is usually stretched, or resampled, to a higher resolution, to make it easier to view.

Generally, a standard bilinear or bicubic algorithm is performed. Because they only perform a simple mathematical interpolation which reproduces smooth transitions from one pixel to another, they will always cause an image to appear more blurry. PixelFusion is different, by attempting to more accurately predict the pixels that existed in the original high resolution source, and create a much crisper and perceptually clearer image.

Features:

  • Pixelfusion resolution enhancement at Medium quality (150% x 150%)
  • 5 sharpness settings.
  • Auto lighting option, to allow automatic adjustment of brightness and contrast according to how dark or bright a scene is.
  • Ability to manually enable/disable Pixelfusion, or let the plugin automically decide depending on the CPU speed and video resolution.
  • Fully optimized code, utilizing MMX and SSE2 instruction sets where available.

What's New in version 1.60:

  • Added support for Stream+ Technology, less digital artifacts with streaming video.

USER REVIEWS


Reviewer: -Tommy

Review Date: 2009-07-17

Pros: None

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: It's true that KM Player done much better in video performance but never in Audio performance. Window Media has fantastic audio quality for sure!

3.40

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