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Old Oct 22, 2003, 11:45 AM   #11
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experimenting with images onto DVD at the moment.
The best quality I have achieved so far is approx 750 pixels wide.
Viewed on a wide screen SONY 32 incher with 100 HZ frame rate thay are not that impressive but I may be doing something wrong
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Old Oct 24, 2003, 3:24 AM   #12
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I put 6M pix TIFF on to a Pioneer 42" XGA panel. I had to re-visit my post edit sharpening settings, but apart from my usual gripe about digicams not being 16X9 aspect, the pictures were the best I've seen since viewing TV HD 1250 lines on a tube.

These displays with PC VGA inputs can deliver better quality than frame doubling TV's as they have the screen resolution which many TV masks don't, the high horizontal scan rate and true progressive scan. Watch out for the large emerging lcd's - they are getting better, don't have the plasma burn problem, lower power, - but there are backlight lifetime issues. VOX
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