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EOTE Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Nov-24-08 02:06 PM
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94. Output resolution, not input resolution.
I never even brought up digital display devices (and by that, I assume you mean fixed pixel displays, NOT the same thing). Of course it goes without saying that if you've got a fixed pixel display that you'll need to scale resolutions to the native resolution if they're not the same. As to why you're bringing up fixed pixel displays, that's beyond me. But you seem to keep mixing up input and output display resolutions. Assuming that a CRT is capable of displaying a particular resolution, it will display it as is, without any scaling. For analog televisions, that includes an array of NTSC signals that include both vertical lines as well as horizontal resolution. To say that NTSC, PAL or other analog standards don't include horizontal resolution is just ridiculous.
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