Disabling Temporal Dithering
Dithering is a technique to compensate for missing color values to increase the perceived amount of color and shading. It allows for example to display a 10 bit per color picture on an 8 bit per color system. Temporal dithering can lead to very high bandwidth usage and thus to limited performance. When transmitting a dithered video via extenders the lower compression rate may cause frame drops or reduced video quality for example.
This Technology Briefing gives a short introduction to dithering and explains how temporal dithering can be disabled to improve performance and prevent frame drops.