Converts from one video/graphics format to another, changing the scan rates and the way the image is built. A video Scaler has analog video - composite, YC or Component inputs, in PAL, SECAM or NTSC. The signals are digitized, de-interlaced and scaled to the required RGB format signals, then they may be outputted as analog RGB signals (VGA through UXGA for example) after conversion back to analog. Other possible outputs may be an HDTV component signal or a digital format such as DVI. A graphics Scaler converts one graphics format to another (SVGA to SXGA or UXGA to VGA, for example).
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