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#ActualNik02

Posted 04 October 2012 - 05:34 AM

Scanline ordering specifies if the output is interlaced or progressive, and if interlaced, whether even or odd lines begin each frame. Progressive provides best image quality, but not all display devices can support it at (especially) high resolutions, because it takes twice the bandwidth of interlaced over same time period.

Scaling specifies whether the output image is scaled to the full display area or centered to match 1:1 with the physical pixels, if the source image is of different size than the destination video mode. If centering is used, the pixels falling outside the image are filled with black, resulting in "letterboxing".

Sorry about your goldfish.

#3Nik02

Posted 04 October 2012 - 05:31 AM

Scanline ordering specifies if the output is interlaced or progressive, and if interlaced, whether even or odd lines begin each frame. Progressive provides best image quality, but not all display devices can support it at (especially) high resolutions, because it takes twice the bandwidth of interlaced over same time period.

Scaling specifies whether the output image is scaled to the full display area or centered to match 1:1 with the physical pixels, if the source image is of different size than the destination video mode.

Sorry about your goldfish.

#2Nik02

Posted 04 October 2012 - 05:27 AM

Scanline ordering specifies if the output is interlaced or progressive, and if interlaced, whether even or odd lines begin each frame. Progressive provides best image quality, but not all display devices can support it at (especially) high resolutions, because it takes twice the bandwidth of interlaced over same time period.

Scaling specifies whether the output image is scaled to the full display area or centered to match 1:1 with the physical pixels, if the source image is of different size than the destination video mode.

#1Nik02

Posted 04 October 2012 - 05:26 AM

Scanline ordering specifies if the output is interlaced or progressive, and if interlaced, whether even or odd lines begin each frame. Progressive provides best image quality, but not all display devices can support it at (especially) high resolutions.

Scaling specifies whether the output image is scaled to the full display area or centered to match 1:1 with the physical pixels, if the source image is of different size than the destination video mode.

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