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|NVIDIA® PureVideo® Technology|
NVIDIA® PureVideo technology is the combination of a high-definition video processing core on the NVIDIA GPU and software that plays ultra-smooth movies with minimal CPU use and low power consumption. Features vary by product.
|Programmable Video Processor|
Adapt to new video formats as they are developed, providing a future-proof video solution.
|Hardware Decode Acceleration|
Provides ultra-smooth playback of H.264, WMV, and MPEG-2 HD and SD videos with minimal CPU usage.
Sharpens interlaced content on progressive displays, delivering a crisp, clear picture.
Enlarges lower resolution videos and movies to fit your display, while maintaining a clear, clean image. Also provides downscaling of videos, including high-definition, while preserving image detail.
|Inverse Telecine (3:2 & 2:2 Pulldown Correction)|
Recovers original images from films that have been converted to video (e.g. DVDs, 1080i HD content), providing more accurate movie playback and superior picture quality.
|Bad Edit Correction|
Detects and corrects disruption of the normal 3:2 or 2:2 cadence caused by poor edits made after a film has been converted from 24 frames to 25 or 30 frames per second video format. PureVideo uses advanced processing techniques to recover the original film content and display perfect picture detail frame after frame for smooth, natural looking movies.
|Video Color Correction|
Corrects differences in color characteristics of RGB and TV monitors, ensuring videos are not too dark, overly bright, or washed out regardless of the video format or display.
Automatically eliminates ghosting effects caused by the slower response time of some LCD panels.
|Integrated SD and HDTV Output|
Connects to your standard definition or high definition TV via Composite, S-Video, Component, DVI, or HDMI connections. Supports resolutions up to 1080p depending on connection type and TV capability.