This page shows examples of high quality conversion and HDR/SDR noise reduction examples using our award-winning proprietary Viarte Technology. Examples were compressed using either HEVC or AVC/H.264. Simulated motion blur may be applied when converting from higher framerates to lower framerates. Accurate motion blur is essential and critical to reduce motion judder on playback and possibly achieve a film look. If you would like to see a particular video type conversion not shown below, please contact us for a private viewing. Before downloading and playing any clips, we recommend you read our smooth viewing guide page first.
To see parametric plots of PSNR vs bitrate at various CQP data points, please check out our
latest paper below:
"HEVC Results from MC Noise Reduction of HDR Content"
Note: When adding simulated motion blur for FRC from 50p to 24p, some fine lines/details may appear less sharp than in the original 50p when viewed frame-by-frame. This same motion blurring would have occured on a real 24p camera.
Note: Original source of the "Forest Park Van" clip is available upon request. Original source of "Mobile" is from Elemental Technologies.
Viarte frame rate conversion and digital remastering (deinterlacing, inverse telecine, noise reduction, up-scaling, aspect ratio conversion, etc) was used successfully for footage conversion of several feature length and short documentary films, including: