Re: 1080i on a 1280x720 naitive resolution HDTV?
- From: "gordon shumway" <shumway@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 16:12:53 GMT
"Adam" <adamcharney@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
That doesn't really answer my question, and doesn't seem to be quiteI see that still no one has answered your question. Yes, a 1080i signal is
accurate. As I understand it, a 720p signal going to a 1280x720
naitive resolution tv capable or 720p will not be scaled -as it has 720
lines available to display the 720 lines coming in. Likewise a 1080i
signal going to a 1920x1080 naitive resolution tv will not be scaled.
Those TV's are truely capable of displaying the full signal. But a
1280x720 tv would not be able to display a 1080i signal without
scaling. Yet they seem to claim otherwise. This is where I am
scaled for a 720p set, any other claim is at best marketing gobblity-gook
and at worst lying.
Or are you saying that 1920x1080 naitive resolution tv's DO scale a
1080i feed? If so, could you explain this a little more to me? This
makes no sense to me.