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Sipowicz | 12:42 Wed 06th Jun 2012 | TV
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Does anyone what resolution Virgin Media's HD is in? ( 720p, 1080i or 1080p)

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HJD is HD isn't it? It's what you're watching it on and what the programme was filmed in that will give you the actual pic you see, surely?

Im open to being told I'm wrong tho lol
v+ supports 1080p
where did that J come from? ha!
sorry i meant 1080i
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No oj, what you put in is what you get out!
http://reviews.cnet.com/hdtv-resolution/
Thanks Barney.
1080i
1080i = 720p basically in terms of picture quality.
Sky also braodcast as 720p/1080i I believe.

I woud imagine 1080p takes too much bandwidth.
thanks sipowcz

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