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Sanyo PLV-Z1, What video modes does it support?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by jtorry, Dec 27, 2002.

  1. jtorry

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    After doing some research on this projector I have been unable to find out a full list of video modes this supports. I know it does progressive scan, but does it support pal progressive as well as NTSC? If someone could list all the modes that would be great.
     
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    The Z1 supports both PAL and NTSC progressive
     
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    thanks. Is 720P pal or NTSC? why does it not do the other format?
     
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    Hi

    The progressive formats are not really NTSC or PAL in the sense that these are colour encoding formats which don't apply to component signals.

    In the context of DVD playback, 576P is "PAL Progressive" and 480P is "NTSC Progressive".

    All the other formats are HDTV formats and no use at present in the UK.

    Steve
     

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