Kalisq Posted August 25, 2012 Share Posted August 25, 2012 I'm looking for a Android video player app that has a feature of motion interpolation post-processing (aka "soap opera effect"). This feature is found in some high-end HDTVs with the following commercial names: Hitachi – Reel120 Insignia – DCM Plus, for Digital Clear Motion 120 Hz Kogan Technologies – MotionMax 100Hz, 200 Hz LG – TruMotion 120 Hz, 240 Hz, 480 Hz AOC – Motion Boost 120 Hz Mitsubishi – Smooth 120 Hz Panasonic – Intelligent Frame Creation (IFC) Philips – HD Digital Natural Motion Samsung – Auto Motion Plus 120 Hz, 240 Hz Sharp – Fine Motion Enhanced, AquoMotion 240Hz Sony – MotionFlow 100 Hz, 100 Hz PRO (XBR series, Australia), 120 Hz, 200 Hz, 240 Hz, 400 Hz. Toshiba – ClearScan 120 Hz, 240 Hz Vizio – MEMC (Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation) Sceptre – MEMC (Motion Estimation/Motion Compensation) For the PC, these are the video players that has this motion interpolation feature: WinDVD uses Philips' TrimensionDNM for frame interpolation. CrystalPlayer uses Motion Morphing MultiSampling for frame interpolation. PowerDVD uses TrueTheater Motion for interpolation of DVD and video files to up to 72 frame/s. Splash PRO uses Mirillis Motion² technology for up to Full HD video interpolation. SmoothVideo Project uses Avisynth script based on MVTools 2.5 libraries for frame interpolation. Now, I'm looking for the Android equivalent for such. My intention is that by using such video player into an Android tablet hooked up to an HDTV via HDMI, I will be able to have the same motion interpolation feature when playing video files which is found in more expensive HDTV models. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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