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What is 1080p?

November 28, 2008
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When dealing with display units and their technical characteristics, everything has to be metered with units and mathematic numbers. One of those “numbers” that we use very often is the screen resolution. Screen resolution is one of the most important measurement units we use for display devices. 1080p is a shortcut for saying 1080 lines of vertical resolution. The 1080 specifies the number of lines while the P stands for “progressive scan” which actually means that the image is not interlaced. Apart from that, 1080p is interchangeable with the term full HD or Full High Definition. This sets it apart from other HDTV video modes. In other occasions, you might see 1080p being referred to as “Complete High-Definition” – this term is quite common in marketing materials. In addition to the above, 1080p can also be used to describe video equipment capabilities. Specifically, the labels 1080p and 1080i may indicate a range of device capabilities.

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