For one thing, you’d be downscaling x all the way down to x, so you’d lose a lot of resolution on the very format that is supposed to be giving you lots of detail, which is also what most channels broadcast in. And please stop the i lies. I posted the answer in the other thread. The answer is, the Consumer Electronics Association has decided that any display with at least lines can be called an HDTV and have the logo. This makes the displays more useful as computer monitors while still being able to display the full p signal.
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I think there is just too much to take in easily. There are lots of other round number issues with HDTV. A set with x will upscale the horizontal lines, and downscale the vertical lines, so you’ll loose some detail.
Once a designer bites the bullet and implements a more sophisticated scaling algorithm, it’s not nearly so compelling to keep to a nice ratio like 1. For another thing, the extra resolution is really helpful on things like diagonal lines, where you can smooth out the line. Conversely, x has to be upscaled to x Turns out you can get x, but you have to go all the way down to 22 and 23 inches, where it works nicely.
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A set with x will have to slightly upscale in both directions when you feed it a P signal. Originally Posted by Valence01 It hasn’t always been of much concern to have isometric pixels. Once it’s been chosen to have lines, then the Can I determine if they have isometric pixels or not? I posted this question in another thread but didn’t get an answer.
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People are more sensitive to the vertical resolution, I believe. Originally Posted by Elemental1 Pioneer did 1376×68 quite a while. If it’s a live shot. To those who say, but wouldn’t it be a good idea if the panel were x so at least one of the resolutions wouldn’t have to be scaled, I say nope! Does offer a significant advantage when watching ?
What about scaling to easy multiples 1. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. Many dozens of people have asked that over and over here 1376768 the forum.
Originally Posted by rantanamo easiest way to know its not.
In the case of LCD, it is difficult to make large pixels. Well, happens to be a fairly nice-ish binary number that looks like this: It’s hard to love Martin Logans and 2.
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There is some basis in fact for this because the human eye is more sensitive to vertical resolution than to horizontal resolution. Is the resolution difference a concern, 176×768 will I be plenty happy with a 42″? That’s why the broadcast mpeg stream for a i program is actually encoded as x This can be prevented by implementing a more sophisticated scaler that uses all of the soruce lines to produce the final downscaled output. Yes, in hs sense it’s easier to build the very simplest of scalers if the ratio is 1.
There are lots of computer video cards with round number issues. The tv has a native resolution of x Which one is the true p? This is why p plasmas are so long in coming and why 42 inch plasma panels are x Now, as to why ?
There’s a few things going on here. And also, while there are few, if any, flat panels at 1376d768, are there not a number of RPTVs at that resolution?