What is the difference between 7020 and 1080P

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What is the difference between 7020 and 1080P

Postby hemant » Tue Jul 14, 2009 9:45 am

Hi anyone knwos what the big difference is between 720p and 1080p. Is is noticable better?

currently i donwload 1080p and 720p's both, 7020 run flawless on the server and the PS3. When i play 1080p its starts ok but after a couple of minutes the imag straks shaking and audio does the same. My bitrate icreases all of a sudden. Which shoudl not be aproblem as i use Gbit but i can see peaks 200 Mbps, i don't think that is normal. The first couple of minutes are around 20/30 Mbps

I was wondering why that is?

I have a Windows 2008 server (vmware), running on Core2Duo 2.3 2 cpu's assigned, disk is ISCSI. 1,5GB memory.
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Re: What is the difference between 7020 and 1080P

Postby bahamot » Tue Jul 14, 2009 10:04 am

Obviously some can notice the difference in video detail. Besides that, for me, the native 1080P video delivers better colours. I don't know exactly why but perhaps because the colour degraded a tiny bit on the up-scale process (from 720P) to 1080P.

Edit: you're running PMS on top of guest OS? Perhaps that explains the shutter video ...
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Re: What is the difference between 7020 and 1080P

Postby hemant » Tue Jul 14, 2009 10:21 am

Thanx.

I have assigned 2 cores to the guest.

What are the minimume specs for running PSM o flawless on 1080p.

Aniel
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Re: What is the difference between 7020 and 1080P

Postby ExSport » Tue Jul 14, 2009 11:47 am

720p has resolution of 1280x720
1080p has resolution of 1920x1080
It means 2.25times more detail (more pixels)
But logically on small TV or LCD you will not see much difference but on bigger TV's supporting more than 720p only, it is more visible ;)
If you use 22" LCD, stay with 720p ;)
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