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Questions tagged [1080p]

1920x1080, a standard resolution for high-definition video

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My TV as a monitor has two types of 1920x1080, dependent on AMD display driver version. How can I get the one I want with newer drivers?

I am using my TV as a desktop monitor and I have an AMD video card, they are connected via HDMI cable. My TV has two different interpretations of 1920x1080 (its native resolution). One is just "...
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Run program inside a virtual monitor in order to limit its size?

I have a program than need to be runed in 1080p to work properly. My monitor is 4k and i'd like to use it this way. I have tried all windows options to prevent bug with high dpi monitor but none are ...
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Tv's stated resolution of 1024 (h) x 1080 (v) and aspect ratio (16:9) don't match up [closed]

Sorry if this isn't the right SE forum. Our TV is a Fujitsu Plasmavision P42HTA51E. In the Specifications section of the manual (which you can view here) it says WIDE PLASMA DISPLAY Series Name: ...
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Is playing 4K video on a 1080p monitor significantly more resource-intensive than using a native 4K screen?

I have a relatively powerful PC with Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti and Intel Core i7-4770K (3.50GHz), but the most widely-used media players VLC (3.0.3) and MPC-HC/MPC-BE are completely incapable of ...
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Cast 4K video from 1080p PC to 4K smart TV?

My PC has a 1080p screen resolution. My graphic card is a GTX 1070 (which I suppose should handle 4K video). I have a 4K smart TV (Hitachi 49f566w654). In my Nvidia config panel (right click on ...
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Scaling versus resolution on Windows 10 Display settings?

What is the difference between 3840x2160 scaled at 200% and 1920x1080 scaled at 100%? I ask because I have a 3840x2160 monitor and when I (by right-clicking on the desktop and going to display ...
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ffmpeg croping 1080p video and encode to 720p at once

Im tring to remove black boarders (crop) in a video I have in 1080p and encode it to 720p at the same time using ffmpeg, but Im having problems finding the right filters and commands for it. Any one ...
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GTX 1080 Not Using 100% Utilisation @ 1080p

I recently bought a GTX 1080 AG 8GB, It's boost clock is 2017 MHz. However, when I try to run games the GPU sits at 30-45% usage, despite the frame rate significantly varying form 20-80 FPS in the two ...
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Why can't the DVD format store FHD 1080p or 720P (given the fact that their storage capacity is more than 4 GB)?

A standard 1080p movie is 4 GB or less with h.264 or h.265. And the size that a dvd format can support is 4.7 Gb.Which means DVD format should store1080p movies. So why do people say that bluray ...
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Weird color of the letters of xterm terminal

I didn't know in what forum post this question, but I hope you could help me. I've bought a new monitor with 1080p resolution, and despite all seems to be well (no dead pixels), I've realize that in ...
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Overclocking monitor refresh rate decreases overall quality [HDMI]

So im trying to bumb my monitors refresh rate a bit and i find out i can go from 60 to 80hz. But when i switch to 80hz i find that the color scheme is turned on its head. Grey becomes light black, ...
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Will the GTX 970 still be relevant for 1080p 60 fps gaming in a few years time [closed]

I am finally in a financial position to update my current feeble budget gaming system (AMD athelon x4, R7 240, 8GB 1600 DDR3) and the MSI GTX 970 looks like the overall best card on the market for "...
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Running 4k laptop monitor in 1080p

I'm running Windows 10 on a Dell XPS 15 (9550) running Windows 10. The built-in laptop monitor is 4k resolution. However due to compatibility issues I want to run the display in 1080p mode. When I set ...
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Splitting 4K output to be displayed on 4x1080p screens without adding a gfx card

How can a 4K image from a single output be displayed on four tiled 1080p screens E.g. monitor 1 showing top left part of the 4k output, screen 2 showing top right part of the 4k output... ...
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Downsize 1080p video to 720p [closed]

I have a 1080p HD video and I want to reduce its size by converting it to 720p. I know there are software programs capable of doing this(Handbrake, Vidcoder, FFmpeg, etc.) but instead of the file size ...
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Why would an HDMI cable show a black screen for 1080p?

I recently installed a 30 foot HDMI cable through my ceiling for a projector set-up in my basement. Prior to installation, the cable worked with my Apple TV to my television. However, after ...
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watch a 1080p movie on 1080p TV on my computer that has a 720p display

Good morning everyone, I have a question. If I watch a 1080p movie on 1080p TV (Or 4K movie on 4K TV), on my computer that has a 720p display, so is it run as 1080p (Or 4K) or just as 720p? PS: My ...
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Windows 10 blurry windows/applications and text on full hd asus zenbook (1920 x 1080)

I have found alot of good solutions online, however I am unable to iron out the blurriness of a few applications. Solutions tried: Right click on application -> Properties -> Compatibility -> ...
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Two screen, one VGA cable, on laptop with VGA output

The native LED Backlit 1600x900 screen on my laptop is burnt out. I've connected my laptop to my 40 inch, five year old panasonic TV through VGA to get a max resolution of 1280x1024. Using the same ...
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Asus UX303LA Ultrabook trackpad and display issues

I just bought a new Zenbook and the trackpad is really annoying. It is somewhat unresponsive. In other words, I try to move the mouse and it does nothing half the time. Also, it feels "laggy". There ...
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Can the Intel Atom Processor Z3735F play 1080p 60fps YouTube videos without dropping frames?

Intel announced the Compute Stick running on the Atom Z3735F processor. If buy this product, will I be able to watch YouTube videos at 1080p 60fps without dropping any frames? I am looking at the ...
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Can I make a 4x1080p to 4K adapter?

I want to make an adapter that will take 4 1080p HDMI inputs and output 1 4K HDMI outputs to a 4K TV. Is this possible to do by just rearranging wires, or will i need to add in a Raspberry Pi or ...
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led tv monitor supports 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution but on my pc resolutions settings there are no 1080p resolution?

I have a TCL 19" LED19P21 LED TV according to its specs it should support 1080p resolution but I don't see 1080p resolution on my windows 7 display settings. I have a HD 4670 ati radeon video card and ...
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Google Chrome Update changed my browser resolution [duplicate]

I just updated Chrome and have hit a massive problem in its display it's like someone has lowered the resolution and it is messing with everything. My set up is 1920 x 1080. However, Chrome seems to ...
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Is a Graphic Card required for playing 1080p videos [closed]

What are the requirements for playing 1080p videos? Is a graphics card needed?
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Solution for choppy video because of bit-rate too high?

When I play a 1080p 10bit-depth video with VLC-player, the video goes choppy and even freezes. I'm using Dell Inspiron 1525 and VLC 2.1.2. Windows Vista Home Premium. Mobile Intel(R) 965 Express ...
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Garbled text when using a 32in 1080p Sceptre LED TV as a computer monitor

I've done quite a bit of reading around on this kind of issue and still haven't been able to solve it. Here's the information: (TV) Sceptre E328BV-FMDC 32-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV (Graphics Card) 2 ...
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What processing power in a laptop do I need to output 1080p video?

Will the AMD or Intel integrated GPU have enough power to drive blu ray movie without stutter, or do I need to look for laptop with a dedicated graphics card? Does it make any difference if CPU is ...
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I want full 1920x1080 to my projector but laptop is 1330

I want full 1920x1080 res since the projector allows for it. But laptop limited to 1330 or so. Mac book pro 2012 model. Will the thunderbolt to hdmi allow for full 1080 to the projector?
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Requirement for simultaneous 1080p video streaming

I want to stream video of 1080p resolution to my consoles (2x Xbox 360 and 1x PlayStation 3) and I want to stream it simultaneously. What is the minimum requirement of processor and RAM for that ...
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How to play 1080p video on Bravia Full HD from sony 768p vaio

I am trying to watch 1080p movies from 768p laptop using HDMI cable, which is not mirroring as 1080p. Could some one help on this situation?
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Video playback RAM/CPU issue

I have a 6 GB 1080p video file,as soon as i start playing it on different players including VLC,MPC HT e.t.c. 6G RAM shoots upto 90% usage and the CPU i7 950 3.0 GHz heats up to 80d ,now i have ...
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1080p playback on external monitor

My system (netbook) specs: 1.6 GHz dual core atom N2600 2 GB DDR3 RAM Integrated GMA3600 GPU Win 7 Professional 32 Bit Daum Pot Player V-1.5 The issue: I downloaded a 1.33 GB sized 1920 x 1080 HD ...
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How can I determine if a GPU will play 1080p before purchasing it?

This isn't a "what should I buy" question: I don't care about laptop models or brands. I want to know about hardware capabilities. Context: I have a disk array that serves videos to various ...
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DVD Rip in 720p/1080p resolution

I have seen ripped movies in 720p/1080p resolution but the source of the movie is DVD. So it must be a upscaled (720 x 480 to 1,280×720 or 1,920×1,080) video I guess, Is there any advantage in ...
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1080 HD video display - Windows 7

I am running Windows 7 in my Dell Studio 1555 Laptop. I have ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4570 graphics card inside. When I try to watch a video, I can see only some disturbed texture (dark pink grains ...
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How to get the highest pc picture quality output to tv

What's the best possible way to get the highest quality picture on my HDTV.. I have a Panasonic 65vt30 1080p 600hz What I have setup now is just the pc hooked up to my tv thru VGA , running win7 &...
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HDTV 1080p HDMI/Component to VGA 1024x768 conversion yet maintaining aspect ratio

I recently inherited an older XGA, 1024x768, 4:3 ratio LCD video projector. The projector only supports a D-Sub (VGA) input. My DirecTV satellite box outputs its video signal @ standard 720p/1080p via ...
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1080p to 720p converter that converts very fast [closed]

Any ideas about a good 1080p to 720p converter that is able to convert a video of 90 minutes in less than several hours? (maybe like in 2, 3 or 4 hours ;-) The compression of a file is H.264/MPEG-4 ...
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How to play 1080p on an old computer (AMD Sempron)?

I'm using an old computer - Sempron 2600+ (1600 MHz) and 1250 MB of RAM to play a 1080p avi video. Is there a way to play it smoothly? What player should I use? How about Mplayer and playing the file ...
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Convert any video to HD Video

I bought a PC that has Intel HD graphics card built it, which supports Full HD Video at its best (1080p). But many videos online are not in HD Format (less than 720p). Hence if I need to convert to ...
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Video player (software) and video frame resolution

1) How does video player (software) play video when "frame width = 720px" and "frame height = 400px" while the display resolution is set to 1920x1080 (I don't see any top and/or bottom black bars)? 2)...
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Ubuntu 10.10: getting appropiate monitor resolution for lcd hdtv

I'm running Ubuntu 10.10 x86_64 version, with Nvidia 9800 GT, installed 270.41.06 Nvidia drivers following this guide. I have a LG42LH30FR LCD TV connected with the dvi link -> RGB PC input I'm able ...
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1080p LCD not entirely filled up

I have recently build a new machine with XFX ATi Radeon 5830 for GPU. I have an Asus LCD VH236H monitor which supports 1080p resolution yet when I have it set to the recommended 1080p resolution the ...
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Crackly image from my HTPC

I have an odd problem. Whenever my HTPC is left on over night the image starts to crackle. I originally suspected my HDMI lead, but noticed that if I change the resolution and change it back, the ...
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HDMI 1080p Quality Issues

I'm having issues with a new 1080p monitor I purchased. The issue seems to occur when text is close together... the small space between the letters is a white colour when it should be something ...
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Burning a 1080p slideshow onto Blu-Ray using Mac OS X

I'm trying to burn a 1080p slideshow onto a Blu-ray disc with my Mac. I've been able to make the slideshow in both iDVD and DVD Studio Pro, but neither support Blu-ray burning. With what combination ...
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Can my laptop run dual 1080p (Sony Vaio - Nvidia 330M)

I am looking to buy a monitor to setup dual monitors for my laptop and was wondering if my laptop could handle 2 x 1080p. I have a Sony Vaio VPCF116FG which has a Nvidia GeForce 330M chip and 1GB ...
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Stutter playing 1080p using a strong system

I'm trying to run a 1080p AVI using the following specs: E8400@3Ghz, 285GTX@Stock, 4GB Ram. Even after seeing people with much weaker system playing 1080p without stutter at all I can't seem to be ...
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Full HD and hyperthreading

I have 3 GHz Pentium 4, and it's not best for playing full HD videos. I noticed, that when I'm playing full HD video, only 50% of my cpu is used, so only one of virtual cores is doing it's job on full ...