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#1 David Landelle

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Posted 26 July 2005 - 01:43 PM

I'm trying to "go progressive" for what we call in french "multi publication", I don't know the equivalent in english, but it implies viewing the same content at different resolutions, and I don't like resizing interlaced content :(

When displaying the content on a video monitor, the monitor outputs a field each 20ms in PAL (16,6 in NTSC) but does not know if the content is progressive of interlaced (like most video equipments), so fields taken at the same time (in progressive shooting) are displayed at the wrong time.

My question : Aren't the CRT monitors responsible for some of the "judder" often associated to progressive ?

(Assuming correct shutter and shooting)
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