Category Archives: Progressive scan

Motion Adaptive video processing

Want to know what it all means? My recent Sound and Image article, with pictures showing it in action, is here.

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DVD Information

Years ago I purchased a Harman Kardon DVD-30 DVD player, primarily for its decent DVD performance combined with DVD Audio playback. These days I primarily use an Oppo DV-980H DVD player, or an Oppo BD-83 Blu-ray player. After all, the … Continue reading

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Resolution Misconceptions

I keep on finding the claim that progressive scan video necessarily gives a high resolution than interlaced video. For example, take this from HDTV signals broadcast at 60 Hz, the standard for broadcast television, vary in what scanning format … Continue reading

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