How does a 1080i signal get scaled to a 720p display? Say you have a 768X1366 LCD how does it display a 1080i imagine. Am I correct in saying that a 1080i signal is 1080X1920 interlaced? So 540 lines are displayed on one cycle and the other 540 on the next cycle and so on? I'm a bit confused on how a 1080i picture can be displayed on a lcd tv that only has 768 lines in the vericle display? If you had a display that had 1080 verticle lines it would display on lines 1,3,5,7 etc on the first cycle and then lines 2,4,6,8 etc on the second cycle. ON a display with 768 lines it has 540 lines to display first cycle and then 540 lines to display second cycle, there is going to have to be some over lap so lines of the imagien that were supposed to be on different liens will be displayed on the same line, wont this mess the picture up? How does a 1080i imagine get displayed on a 768 display?