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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#1
1080i
#2
1080i
#3
end of
#4
I was led to believe 720p for gaming but hey ho :p
#5
roadrunner1
I was led to believe 720p for gaming but hey ho :p


I agree, 720p :thumbsup:
#6
Depends on your TV. If your TV is only 720p not point upscaling to 1080i only for your TV to downscale again.

My TV is 1080p and I not notice any different between 1080i or 720p
#7
roadrunner1;3322077
I was led to believe 720p for gaming but hey ho :p

720p provide smoother image desirable for fast-action whereas, 1080i gives a crisper picture in non-moving shots.

So the moral of the story? Go full HD 1080p :thumbsup:
#8
Which is better?














There's only one way to find out - FIGHT!!! :w00t:
#9
smokedog
720p provide smoother image desirable for fast-action whereas, 1080i gives a crisper picture in non-moving shots.

So the moral of the story? Go full HD 1080p :thumbsup:


So you agree. Thanks :-D
#11
smokedog
720p provide smoother image desirable for fast-action whereas, 1080i gives a crisper picture in non-moving shots.

So the moral of the story? Go full HD 1080p :thumbsup:



That is the correct answer and it is good to see someone not posting answers willy-nilly without knowing exactly what is happening. As 1080i is interlaced, fast moving scenes can result in a stepping effect with every other horizontal line being out of sync.

As both 720p and 1080i are requirements of the HD Ready specification, all HD Ready certified TVs support both formats including those with lower resolution screens. At close range, a 1080 resolution picture certainly is more noticeable but at longer viewing distances it is much more difficult to see the difference and in fact, there is a threshold by which that the difference is not noticeable to the human eye with regards to clarity, although the stepping effect can still be seen at further distances.

So to answer the question, it is subjective.

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