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AVS Video Converter v.6

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Release Date:  6/17/2010
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TV Simulation

TV Simulation effect The TV Simulation effect imitates bad quality of the broadcast video signal when the video stream is divided into separate frames. The sequence of frames is displayed with low speed and image deformation.

In the Properties Area of the Video Effect window you can change the effect properties. The following properties of the TV Simulation effect are available for setting: Interline (deformation of the image), Amplitude, Amplitude Offset, Vertical Speed, Vertical Offset and Interframe Size (size of the black zone between the frames).

Properties of the TV simulation effect

In the figures below you can see the video picture before and after applying the TV Simulation effect:

Before applying the TV simulation effect

Before applying the TV Simulation effect

After applying the TV simulation effect

After applying the TV Simulation effect

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