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Wednesday, January 07, 2009
 CyberLink Showcases TrueTheater Technology at CES 2009
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The company announced the CyberLink TrueTheater technology. TrueTheater HD eliminates jagged edges from standard definition content played on high-resolution displays and removes distracting video artifacts. DVD content displayed on HD screens appears to have the detail of a higher-resolution image, making TrueTheater HD ideal for watching standard-resolution video on large displays and projectors.

TrueTheater Motion utilizes a frame-rate conversion process forsmoother scene movements and fluid screen action.

TrueTheater Stretch adjusts the viewing ratio of displayed video with minimal distortion using a non-linear stretching technique. It stretches the video image on the edges of the screen, leaving the center of the screen unaffected. With TrueTheater Stretch, users may watch any movie they like with the aspect ratio optimally suited to their display device?even if the original movie doesn?t support it.

TrueTheater Lighting automatically adjusts video colors, contrast, and brightness to deliver improved detail.Balancing overly dark and overexposed scenes, TrueTheater Lighting is ideal for correcting the loss of detail inherent with some LCD and CRT monitors.In addition to automatic and manual settings, a choice of pre-set color profiles allows even easier adjustments.

TrueTheater Surround employs CyberLink?s channel-expansion technology to enable surround sound by converting 2- to 8-channel audio, allowing users to optimize audio playback by matching their equipment with their source content. TrueTheater Surround also simulates surround sound when multi-channel audio is played through headphones and stereo speakers, creating a wider sound image.
 
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