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Old August 19th, 2004, 12:08 AM   #31
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Why would GS400 look acceptable on a high resolution computer monitor with an ultra fine dot pitch but look bad on a 50" HD plasma.
I don't know about anything about the 50" unit, but I have read that a number of HDTV's convert DVD input to 540 lines (1/2 of 1080) instead of a native 480 (NTSC). Don't know if that is the problem here, but it is something to think about.
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Old August 20th, 2004, 10:14 AM   #32
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<<<-- Originally posted by Joe Carney : Tommy, if you search around, you will find there is no such thing as true 16:9 for either PAL or NTSC standard definition video. it's all anamorphicwhen stored to tape. But....in just about all current computer based NLEs the computer converts it to true 16:9 for editing purposes and renders back to anamorphic for tape or DVD.

True 16:9 exists only in the new HD/digital formats or if you use Windows Media or Quicktime for playback (or some other computer based codec). -->>>

I guess what Joe wants to say is the true pixel area that has 16:9 without squeezing process. We always should call DV 16:9 anamorphic or squeezed??
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