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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by iradhwan, Jun 28, 2009.
I'm going to buy one but I need to know is it support (HD) or not?
I am not really clear on what you mean by the question. Native 720p or 1080p? No.
The resolution is 1280 x 800, so wouldn't it support 720p?
On a larger 23/23/24" monitor, it would also support 1080
oh.......I'm not good in English,
All what i mean if i rent (HD) movies and i want to see them in my new MBP ? The movies will be clear as ( HD)?
The 13.3" Macbook (Pro) can scale to 720p, but it will not do it natively. A native 720p monitor/television will look significantly better while displaying 720p signals.
Does the supperdrive even support HD or Blu-ray discs?
HD movies, as in 1080p Blu-ray movies? How do you plan to play them on the Macbook Pro?
In general, Blu-ray scales down to lower resolutions. It is not going to be the best display, but whether or not it is acceptable is a matter of opinion. I do not mind watching a standard definition DVD upscaled. Downscaled HD movies are less pleasing to my eyes.
Superdrive does not support Blu-Ray or HD .
Are you sure?
720 is 1280x720,
So yes at 720, full 1080, nope. that's 1920x1080
I think all itunes HD is 720, not full 1080i anyway.
Most 720p TVs are 1366x768 anyways.
1366 x 768 is 1080i, not 720p
720p is 1280x720
Why do you jump straight to bluray when someone mentions HD content?
1080i is 1920x1080 interlaced.
Most 1366x768 are advertised as "HD ready" because they can scale down 1080i signal.
I am quite aware that 720p refers to 1280x720. I'm talking about actual TVs in the real world that you buy that are marked as 720p compatible and the actual resolution of their LCD panels.
I suppose you guys have never heard of iTunes?
Call it "PHAIL!" or "FAIL!" Either way your still hopelessly wrong.
The actual resolution for 1080i isn't 1366 x 768, as you've specified. It is actually 1920 by 1080. Further more, the only difference between the 1080i and 1080p is the scan rate; "i" = interlaced scan (flickers), "p" = progressive scan (no flickr)