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Old October 15, 2009, 03:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Zero82z View Post
Your understanding of the terminology is incorrect. When an LCD attempts to display an image smaller than its native resolution and stretch it across the entire panel rather than using 1:1 scaling, it has to upscale the image to its native resolution. This is done by copying certain pixels and multiplying them around the source pixel, to give the illusion that the image is higher-resolution than it actually is (essentially "blowing up" the image). This usually looks best when scaling to a resolution whose dimensions are an integer multiple of the source image, like going from 800x600 to 1600x1200 for example.
Yeah, defiantly got the terminology confused if that's the case. I assumed it was the way I said it because of how there are DVD players that upscale 480p to 1080i content.
James
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