The Detail-preserving Upscale effect is capable of scaling up images by large amounts while preserving details in the image. The sharpness of sharp lines and curves is preserved. For example, you can scale up from SD frame sizes to HD frame sizes, or from HD frame sizes to digital cinema frame sizes.
This effect is very closely related to the Preserve Details resampling option in the Image Size dialog box in Photoshop. For more information, see Resizing Images in Photoshop.
The following controls are available for the Detail-preserving Upscale effect:
The Detail-preserving Upscale effect is slower than other scaling alternatives, such as using the layer's native bilinear or bicubic scaling in the Transform property group.