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Ghost In The Shell 720p

It boggles my mind: why do flat panel TVs come in 1366x768 and worse yet 1024x768. The first one is probably no better than native 720p displays even if the video source has more resolution than 720p due to the quality/sharpness lost in interpolating. The second one is even worse because it has to also interpolate for the non-square pixels. Are there any real advantages to these resolutions over the two native HD resolutions (720p and 1080p)? And also, is the interpolation done hardware or software based? Is it simple nearest neighbour (which produces poor results) or something more advanced, like bicubic or Lanczos3 (which is very computationaly intensive for HD video in real time)? Roberto75780 (talk) 09:59, 4 January 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Ghost in the Shell 720p

Hello. I've heard of a phenomenon where prolonged still images (paused videos or games) can cause the image to leave a "ghost" image on the television or monitor. I'd like to know what causes this, what types of monitors may be affected and whether there is a way to remove the ghost. Thanks in advance! (talk) 11:40, 4 January 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]


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