Published On: October 9, 2013


Published On: October 9, 2013
Last Updated on: March 9, 2022
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Jaggies refers to a particular type of artifact that can occur during video media playback. It is a pretty unpleasant thing to see in the image. Fortunately there are solutions that can be put into place


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Jaggies is the informal name of an artifact caused by poor de-interlacing and/or scaling. Visually, jaggies look like jagged stair-steps where there should be a smooth diagonal line. The better the scaler, be in in a TV, Blu-ray player, or AV Receiver, the less noticeable the jaggies.

Notable scaling companies that do an excellent job minimizing jaggies are DVDO (Anchor Bay), Silicon Optix, Marvell, and Faroudja.

Check out a review of the DVDO Iscan.

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