HDMI has got a new face since we’ve experienced the mCable which is basically a more advanced form of a simple HDMI cable. mCable Gaming Edition, developed by Marseille Inc., is a true relief to the console gamers as the low-end games feel quite friendly with it. For example, what to do if your Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 fails to mitigate the aliasing issue? Surely, an mCable can help!
How mCable is Anti-Aliasing?
According to the makers of mCable Gaming Edition, it comes with an “intelligent graphics pixel processor dubbed as (VTV-122x).” So you get the ‘4K Image Certified’ from Technicolor whose technical specifications are given in a short list below:
- 4K Video Processor
- Up-conversion of 2D/3D content up to 4K 30Hz and 1080p 120Hz
- Contextual processing
- Adaptive edge enhancement of lines and curves for improved video and user interfaces
- Adaptive sharpening and noise reduction to refine video content
- Sub-1ms latency processing keeps video game players in the action
- Brightness, contrast, saturation, color mapping
- HDMI INPUT AND OUTPUT
- Integrated HDMI receiver and transmitter with 4K and 3D support
- Resolution: 480i up to 2160p
- RGB,YCbCr 4:4:4 and YCbCr 4:2:2, 8/10/12-bit
- 2160p 60Hz YCbCr 4:2:0 pass-through support
- 120Hz / HFR (High Frame Rate) support
- HDMI 2.0 Interoperability Safeguard
- Enhanced Device Interoperability
Further, the company describes mCable as:
mCable’s patent pending “Contextual Processing” engine automatically recognizes various elements of the rendered image such as edges, texture and other proprietary details context. It analyzes every single pixel to repair it in the most suitable way for that pixel.
By emulating critical human eye perception, it re-creates every pixel for a more realistic rendering. With this unique capability, mCable achieves advanced anti-aliasing filtering which fixes jagged edges and removes shimmering effects from the texture without noticeable blur.
Using mCable Gaming Edition as an additional graphics processor, it can remove up to 75% of graphics artifacts while at the same time retaining all the valuable details game designers want you to enjoy.
mCable Gaming Edition also supports 24p film mode. It automatically detects film content, enhances and up-scales to Ultra-HD and 4K Cinema format that are certified by Technicolor, a technology leader in Hollywood for more than 100 years.