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Paul R N Kellar, Anthony D Searby: Video processing for composite images. Quantel, Cooper Dunham Griffin & Moran, July 22, 1986: US04602286 (118 worldwide citation)

The image composition system includes framestores 30, 31 for receiving information from first and second picture sources. A processor 33 provides the composed image by using information from these sources. The processor is controlled by picture shape information made available from a third framestor ...


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Paul R N Kellar, Robin A Cawley, Neil R Hinson: Video signal processing systems. Quantel, Cooper & Dunham, September 27, 1988: US04774583 (116 worldwide citation)

A video signal processing system in which a number of video image signals are combined to provide an output which is such that where several objects of the input images overlay so they appear to be at different distances. Each input video signal is provided with a priority signal and a series of con ...


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Anthony D Searby, Paul R N Kellar: Electronic graphic systems. Quantel, Cooper & Dunham, May 2, 1995: US05412402 (91 worldwide citation)

An electronic graphic system for use in the painting of an image comprises a control store which stores control data representing a distribution of interpolation coefficients. The control data is created in a drawing process in which existing control data in the store is compared with new control da ...


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Paul R N Kellar: Multiple image digital processing system. Quantel, Dowell & Dowell, November 23, 1982: US04360831 (70 worldwide citation)

A multiple picture image manipulation system for receiving video information related to a plurality of pictures. A designation control designates the output priority order of the respective pictures. A priority coder detects picture information having the higher priority present for producing a cont ...


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Anthony D Searby, Paul R N Kellar: Video processing for composite images. Quantel, Cooper & Dunham, October 17, 1995: US05459529 (61 worldwide citation)

A video image composition system and method in which the artist can move an insert cut out of a foreground image relative to a background image while continuously observing on the monitor the instantaneous artistic effects of the varying composition, without any need to make an initial decision on e ...


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Richard J Taylor, Paul R N Kellar, Neil R Hinson: Video processing systems. Quantel, Cooper Dunham Clark Griffin & Moran, January 7, 1986: US04563703 (49 worldwide citation)

A processing system includes a processor 10 and frame store 11. Both the frame store and processor are under the control of address mechanism 12. The addressing mechanism 12 can generate the desired information from address information which is only provided on some of the store locations and which ...


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Peter C Michael, Richard J Taylor, Paul R N Kellar: T.V. Picture freeze system. Micro Consultants, Dowell & Dowell, June 9, 1981: US04272787 (48 worldwide citation)

A T.V. picture freeze system capable of capturing a video frame comprising first and second fields. Movement is detected between fields for each picture point and data indicative of any movement is stored and is used on read out to determine whether the picture information is taken from a single fie ...


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Ian C Walker, Richard J Taylor, Anthony D Searby, Paul R N Kellar: Video image creation system which proportionally mixes previously created image pixel data with currently created data. Quantel, Cooper & Dunham, June 1, 1993: US05216755 (38 worldwide citation)

Video image creation in which a raster-scan monitor displays an image comprising realistic, inherently non-aliased strokes created by combining proportions of the values of: (i) pixels defining a simulated brush moving along the image as an artist moves a pen on a tablet in continuous strokes; and ( ...


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Richard J Taylor, Paul R N Kellar, Neil R Hinson: Video picture processing apparatus and method. Micro Consultants, Dowell & Dowell, March 13, 1984: US04437121 (38 worldwide citation)

A processing system for effecting angular displacement of at least part of a television picture. The picture is subdivided into picture areas each containing a plurality of picture points and a number of storage devices respectively receive information on each picture point within the area at a desi ...


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Paul R N Kellar: Processing of T.V. pictures for subsequent stop mode reproduction. Micro Consultants, Dowell & Dowell, September 6, 1983: US04403250 (29 worldwide citation)

A processing system for manipulating data prior to a recording process so that subsequent picture stop mode reproduction can be a achieved on replay from a recording medium such as a video disc gives optimum resolution. The processing system includes a frame store 15 for holding incoming video data ...