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Best Quality image for projector

May 8, 2006 | 1:34 pm

Im currently looking into getting the hightest quality image/acceptable performance when using Jitter with a projector.

The two projectors i will be using are: http://www.projectorcentral.com/Hitachi-ED-S3350.htm

The Native Resolution of the projector is listed as: 800×600
The Maximum Resolution of the projector is listed as: 1600×1200

My question is will there be a noticable differance in image quality between 800×600 and 1600×1200 as i suspect their will be a massive differance between the load on my computers. Also what does Native mean?

Basically i can make the animations whatever resolution/size I choose but there is little point if a large resolution/size is just gonna put a larger strain on my computers for no noticable image quality gain.

Thanks in advance

Richard


May 8, 2006 | 1:49 pm

‘native’ means the one to one ACTUAL pixel resolution of the imaging
chips in the projector.

if you send any other resolution to the projector, it uses an
internal digital scalar to squeeze or expand the image into it’s
native size. generally – well almost always, this degrades the image
quality and should be avoided whenever possible.

this is also referred to in the biz as a projector’s "sweet spot"

so go with 800×600 … it is still higher resolution than ntsc/pal ;)

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May 8, 2006 | 2:50 pm

thanks very much

800by600 it is.


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