Viarte Cinema Quality Digital Remastering - Standards Conversion
MC Frame-Rate Conversion - Temporal Conversion
MC Deinterlacing - Inverse-Telecine
MC HDR/SDR Noise-Reduction - Upresing - Scaling - Examples

Viarte Conversion Notes

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.

Viarte HDR Noise Reduction Examples of 12-bit Graded
BT2020 ST2084 (4000 nits) Clips

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"

Viarte Upresing & Down-Scaling Examples

Judder Reduction Examples

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.

Low Frame Rate Conversion Examples

Note: Original source of the "Forest Park Van" clip is available upon request. Original source of "Mobile" is from Elemental Technologies.

Excerpts from Films: "How Sweet the Sound: The Blind Boys of Alabama",
"Cafe Glass" and "Finding The Gold Within"

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: