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December 22, 2020

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"procedurally unclear" is a VERY 'generous' term.

I asked several days ago on the Patently-O blog about this case why this broadly claimed concept of a system that can receive a video signal in one format and broadcast in another was not necessarily done for a long time prior in converting captured European TV signals into U.S. broadcasted TV signals? [They have incompatibly different numbers of scan lines per screen display.] [No response.]

Since when is https://patentlyo.com/patent/2020/12/adaptive-streaming-eligible.html#comment-546864 = [No response.] ?

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