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1080i: Quiz

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Question 1: The term usually assumes a widescreen aspect ratio of 16:9, implying a horizontal resolution of 1920 ________ and a frame resolution of 1920×1080 or about 2.07 million pixels.
PixelDisplay resolutionColor Graphics AdapterRGB color model

Question 2: Because of this the two most common ________ are 30 frames per second or 25 frames per second.
Frame rateInterlaceNTSCVideo

Question 3: 1080i is displayed as is on ________-based televisions and is compatible with newer 720p-based televisions, but must be deinterlaced first in order to be displayed on those sets.
High-definition videoNTSC1080pATSC (standards)

Question 4: The ________ (EBU), prefers to use the resolution and frame rate separated by a slash, as in 1080i/30 and 1080i/25, likewise 480i/30 and 576i/25.
Sveriges TelevisionMagyar RádióRAIEuropean Broadcasting Union

Question 5: 1080i is a ________ (HDTV) video mode.
NTSCATSC (standards)High-definition television1080p

Question 6: 1080 denotes the number of horizontal scan lines—also known as vertical resolution—and the letter i stands for ________.
Interlace1080pVideoNTSC

Question 7: 1080i is the shorthand name for a format of ________ modes.
High-definition videoATSC (standards)ISDBDigital Video Broadcasting

Question 8: The field rate of 1080i is typically 60 Hz for ________ countries (such as United States, Canada and Japan) or 50Hz for PAL/SECAM countries (such as in Europe, Australia, much of Asia, Africa).
ATSC (standards)Broadcast television systemsNTSCBroadcast-safe

Question 9: In the alternate format of high-definition video mode, known as ________, the p would stand for progressive scan.
1080p1080iATSC (standards)720p







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