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Well, what resolution is 480p? 1280x1024?
 

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You should have Googled it.
720x480

The three digit number in all resolution designations denotes the number of pixels on the Y axis.

480p = 720x480

720p = 1280x720

1080p = 1920x1080

the 'p' denotes a progressive scan at 60 frames per second.
 

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720x480 pixels
 
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Originally Posted by Pringlecks View Post
You should have Googled it.
720x480

The three digit number in all resolution designations denotes the number of pixels on the Y axis.

480p = 720x480

720p = 1280x720

1080p = 1920x1080

the 'p' denotes a progressive scan at 60 frames per second.
Google? I forgot about that site after finding OCN. :\\
 

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Can also be 640:480 in 4:3, but is generally considered 720:480 because of the letterbox DVD format.
 

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Originally Posted by Pringlecks View Post
You should have Googled it.
720x480
nvm.. I see you edited that a lot....... lost count...
 

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nvm.. I see you edited that a lot....... lost count...
And I was just about to quote you for being so anal retentive about editing... and now you edited it. Oh the irony.
 

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Wow, this thread fails.

Why would you possibly think 480P was 1280x1024?!?!?!?
I don't know, maybe, I don't know?
 

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Wow, this thread fails.

Why would you possibly think 480P was 1280x1024?!?!?!?

Coming down on someone for not knowing something is a very ignorant statement to make.

It's always better to have compassion and help than to ridicule for less knowledge.
 

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I don't know, maybe, I don't know?

you didn't take a hint from the number 480?
 

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Well what about 480i? Are 480i and 480p the same resolution?

480i = 640x480
480p = 720x480
 

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you didn't take a hint from the number 480?

Nope. Even if I did. 480x??? or ???x480?
 

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480i = 640x480
480p = 720x480
No no and no.

I and P are the same resolution. Its all up to TV and the quality of TV to handle the incoming source.


One signal is Interlaced...the other is Progressive Scan. Same res, different ways of displaying it to you. (With PS obviously being superior as giving you a full meshed frame at a time whereas Interlaced gives you grids of vertical lines)
 

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Originally Posted by eseb1 View Post
wow...
hurr and durr to you sir.
 

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Originally Posted by crywin
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480i = 640x480
480p = 720x480


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no no and no.

I and p are the same resolution. Its all up to tv and the quality of tv to handle the incoming source.


one signal is interlaced...the other is progressive scan. Same res, different ways of displaying it to you. (with ps obviously being superior as giving you a full meshed frame at a time whereas interlaced gives you grids of vertical lines)

qft
 
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