[opendtv] Re: 20050509 Mark's Monday Memo

Limiting to your compression constraints (MPEG2) is certain (and 
slow/painful) death...

IMHO...

Doug McDonald wrote:

>Of course not. I'm referring to the best displays that display
>720@60p and 1080@30p and 1080@60p. Size is immaterial for
>this purpose, as long as it's reasonable .... at least say 40 inches,
>and more typically 50-90 inches, or larger if the viewing distance
>is larger. We hsould be aiming for the best that can be done within the
>constraints of MPEG-2 and 19.3 mb/sec.
>
>I've noticed a substantial loss in quality in many shows
>since I got my TV set. This is usually caused by an intentional
>misfocus so the head at that center of interset is out of focus.
>
>Doug McDonald
>

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Regards,
Mark A. Aitken Director, Advanced Technology

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