Real-time Deep Video Deinterlacing

1 Aug 2017Haichao ZhuXueting LiuXiangyu MaoTien-Tsin Wong

Interlacing is a widely used technique, for television broadcast and video recording, to double the perceived frame rate without increasing the bandwidth. But it presents annoying visual artifacts, such as flickering and silhouette "serration," during the playback... (read more)

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