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 What is the difference between high and low resolution?

Answer Resolution is a measure of how many pixels (basically solid-color dots) make up an image. Low-resolution photos will contain less pixels per inch, and they will appear fuzzier and less crisp. High-... Read More »
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What is the difference between moderate&high resolution?

A digital image is comprised of millions of dots of color, which are called pixels. Resolution is an indication of the number of pixels in an image and is measured in pixels per inch (or "ppi"). Wh... Read More »
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What Is the Difference Between a Motion and a Resolution in Corporate Minutes?

Corporations hold scheduled board meetings regularly as stated in the corporation's bylaws. Board meetings are held for discussing issues and approving or changing rules.
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Whats the difference between PAL and NTSC, and which one has a better resolution.?

NTSC and PAL are formats for videos. You would probably want to burn your videos with NTSC. I'm not sure that you are actually burning PAL movies, because, unless you have the appropriate hardwar... Read More »
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What's the difference between 1080i, "Full HD," and 1080p picture resolution?

1080p is "Full HD". While 1080i is still "HD quality" 1080p is the highest resolution that consumer HDTV's come in. "p" stands for "progressive" and is generally superior to "i" or "interlaced". Wi... Read More »
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