As electronic applications and consumer markets continuously advance, the gaps between the display units of LED screens are progressively narrowing, while the overall area of the screens is expanding. To meet the demand for ultra-high output resolutions in this evolving trend, video processors and splicers have become pivotal. In this application scenario, addressing the core issue of resolution conversion and adjustment becomes particularly critical.
Typically, image signal sources (such as DVDs, computers, high-definition media players) offer signals with fixed specifications in terms of resolution. However, the modular splicing feature of LED displays allows for nearly arbitrary setting of their resolution. In such scenarios, one of the primary tasks of the top ten LED video processor brands is to convert diverse signal resolutions into the actual physical display resolution of the LED screen. The critical issue lies in the association between the processor's resolution settings and the parameters of the video processing chip. For ultra-wide or ultra-high output resolutions, the main processor chip needs to operate under specific conditions, imposing certain limitations on parameter settings. Improper settings might result in abnormal output from the processor, especially when the output width exceeds 1920 and the input width also surpasses 1920.
For a processor, ultra-wide or ultra-high output resolutions entail a specific operational state with certain limitations. When both the output and input widths exceed 1920, the processor operates in a local display mode, unable to achieve full-screen display of the input image. Presently, our video processor designs typically incorporate output ports equipped with EDID automatic recognition functionality, catering to various resolution display devices. This enables the processor to effectively communicate and negotiate between input and output resolutions.
In practical project applications, we opt for specific custom output resolutions and custom EDID based on the actual resolution requirements of the LED display screen. By outputting the corresponding resolution through the computer's graphics card, we not only avoid anomalies like incomplete screen display but also achieve clear pixel-to-pixel rendering on the LED display screen. Leveraging the signal processing of the video processor, we attain a visually appealing image with clear picture quality.
When it comes to the video processor industry, Amoonsky stands as a reliable partner. Our company's range of video processors encompasses the latest industry technology, ensuring a leading position within the LED display screen industry.
Amoonsky isn't just a video processor manufacturer but a companion in delivering impeccable visual experiences for customers. Our dedication lies in continuous innovation, guaranteeing excellence in color accuracy, image clarity, and display stability in our products. Through our video processors, clients effortlessly address various complex resolution requirements while achieving clear and vivid image displays.Amoonsky's standing and professionalism within the LED industry stem from our relentless pursuit of technology and commitment to outstanding quality. Choosing Amoonsky ensures experiencing our professional standards in the video processor industry and the innovation and excellence we bring to the LED industry. We look forward to partnering with you to create a brighter and awe-inspiring future!