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This appears to be an advertisement loaded with affiliate links that give them money when you click and probably when you buy this cable thing.

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towne32 said:

This appears to be an advertisement loaded with affiliate links that give them money when you click and probably when you buy this cable thing.

you can skip to 1:03 to get past the advertisement and onto to the review

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Well, I was suggesting that the review itself may be an ad. They’re profiting when you click their links to the products.

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towne32 said:

Well, I was suggesting that the review itself may be an ad. They’re profiting when you click their links to the products.

oh… well yea they have to pay the employees but still the product can help with projects on hear

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Apparently the reviewer is a well known and respectable tech reviewer. Seems that the product does work well, but what it does is ‘live’ antialiasing, which is useful in console gaming.

If you want to perform antialiasing on a rendered video, you would just re-render it properly on your computer and get much better results.

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The video is about an expensive HDMI cable that can improve image quality while upscaling.
http://www.marseilleinc.com/mcable-gaming-edition/

The improvements are visible, but for something like Star Wars upscaling it’s pretty useless.
The various algorithms the processor in the cable is using are not exclusive to it (Anti Aliasing, etc.) . Also the cable is limited in what it can do because it has to do all these things “live” while not adding any noticeable input lag.

So all of this (and much more) can be done in the editing process as well.
Basically GOUT Upscales like Project Blu should already be much much better than anything this cable can do.

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