Video and Image Processing Suite User Guide

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Date 2/12/2021

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15. Deinterlacer II IP Core

The Deinterlacer II IP core (4K HDR passthrough) provides deinterlacing algorithms.

Interlaced video is commonly used in television standards such as phase alternation line (PAL) and national television system committee (NTSC), but progressive video is required by LCD displays and is often more useful for subsequent image processing functions.

The features for the Deinterlacer II IP core include:
  • Run-time control and status registers to improve deinterlacing quality for mid-range motion-adaptive configurations
  • Run-time control registers to allow run-time switching between bob, weave, and motion adaptive modes.
  • Support for pass-through of progressive video at up to 4K resolutions and at a higher number of bits per pixel per color plane
  • Integration of a stream cleaner core and embedded chroma resamplers where necessary