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Part two of Full HD and De-interlacing describes several different methods of de-interlacing and resumes the Full HD marketing program discussion started in part one....

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Almost a year ago, Editor Billy Fox preached to HD Focus about the joys of using HD dailies and HD previews for Craig Brewer’s feature film, Black Snake Moan....

Full HD: Closing File '2006' and Opening File '2007' 

Steve Mullen

Full HD means the display panel has 1920x1080 elements that are presented at 60p. (There is, of course, nothing new about 60p: every flat-panel TVs refreshes all pixels at 60Hz.) The point about Full HD is that these HDTVs have the pixels necessary to display all the pixels carried in a 1080i broadcast or stored on a Blu-ray or HD-DVD disc. As we shall see, the Full HD marketing program has several implications. ...

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What's the number-one thing that separates a professional video production and an amateurish one? Apart from basic image and sound quality, what is the...

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