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Live Full-Motion Video (FMV) from UASs has become indispensable in military and intelligence operations. As these video streams play an increasing role in warfighting, inconsistent or poor image quality is becoming a threat to mission success. Fortunately, advances in FPGA-based parallel processing technology now allow real-time image processing that can significantly improve the quality and usefulness of UAS video feeds. An FMV-routing platform is also integral in ensuring FMV data gets into the right hands.