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FullStream

In video processing terminology, FullStream is an ATI technology  that uses a hardware accelerated filtering method to improve the performance and visual quality of streaming video playback. When transmitting video data some users on a slower Internet connect may experience blocky views, artifacts and pixilation effects during playback. ATI FullStream technology detects the edges of these visible blocks and smoothes them over using a sophisticated filtering technique.







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