The IP Core is a studio quality 24-bit RGB video deinterlacer capable of generating progressive output video at any resolution up to 216 x 216 pixels. The design is fully programmable and supports any desired interlaced video format.
The design allows for three possible deinterlacing schemes. These are: weave, bilinear interpolation or motion-adaptive interpolation. The weave approach applies no filtering and may be useful to obtain a 'raw' interlaced format for subsequent processing. The other two methods are classed as 'inter-field' interpolation methods as spatial filtering is performed between both odd and even fields to achieve a clean and progressive output. The relative merits and disadvantages of each scheme are discussed further into the document.
The deinterlacer core features a fully integrated video frame buffer. This buffer is completely 'elastic' and will dynamically skip and/or repeat frames depending on the input and output frame rates. All frame buffer management is handled internally with the provision of a simple memory interface for storing odd and even fields off-chip. The memory interface is 128-bits wide and is completely generic. All memory transfers are sequential bursts of N x 128-bit words and may be adapted for connection to a variety of memory types such as SDRAM, DDR2 or DDR3.
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