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Discussion in 'Computers' started by gupar, Jun 1, 2003.
anyboby can tell me, what different between 1024*768 : 1080i : 1080P how can i work 1080i thank you
sure 1080i uses the resolution of 1920x1280 if I'm not mistaking. in addition 1080i is an interlaced format which means that on the first pass even rows of pixels are drawn and on the second the odd rows are drawn so on for each frame. I'm a little confused by what you mean on how to work 1080i, it is a HDTV standard that can be seen on TVs that support the 1080i standard provided they are recieving a 1080i signal. if you wish to see what 1080i looks like download this: http://hdshowcase.microsoft.com/trai...reef_1080p.exe courtesy of microsoft: http://windowsmedia.com/9series/Demo...p=VideoQuality mind you that download is a 1080p which means it's progressive, it's the same resolution (so the pictures will be roughly the same) but every row is drawn every pass which they did because computer video compressions don't really support interlaced video. oh and running a 1080p image is quite intensive on the computer. hope that helps you out some.
Thank you a lot Mr Rob.M.G. The following is my HTPC software : TheaterTek DVD: 126.96.36.199 System: OS: Windows XP Professional Service Pack 1 (Build 2600) CPU: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.40GHz, 1803 Mhz RAM: 512 Mb Usage: 33% Video Card: Matrox Parhelia 128MB - English Video Driver: 188.8.131.528 Display : Fujitsu Plasma P42HHA Display Mode: support 1024*768 @ 60 Hz? 1280*1024 @ 60 Hz? 1600*1024 @ 60 HZ? Number of pixels 1024(h) * 1024 (v) I Can not find the 1280 x 720 (720p), 1920 x 1280 (1080p) What do you suggest, i set up the display mode? thank you very much
Get Powerstrip. It should allow your video card to display at many resolutions not shown by default. http://www.entechtaiwan.com/