FullHD tagged posts

UHD 4K and 8K. Is it worth it?

July 8, 2014 DevBlog  No comments

Ultra HD 4k 8K

In the post “2D and FullHD, Retina and 4K resolutions”, talk about the various current resolutions. From FullHD up to 4k. Currently these resolutions (4K) have come to be defined as UHD, currently on format 4K and 8K.

Now:

FullHD: Size is 1920×1080 pixels. That is, an uncompressed image occupies more than 6MB. To know how much an hour film would take, we should multiply 6MB*60 images on one second, at 3600 seconds in an hour. Luckily, there are many algorithms to store data without any loss of quality. In this case a film minute would be about 7 GB...

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2D and FullHD, Retina and 4K resolutions

February 2, 2014 DevBlog  One comment

Resolucion 4k Retina FullHD Zoom Bicubic Interpolation

Currently the resolution of the screens is increasing very quickly due to the continuous reduction of components. Therefore, it’s possible to put more pixels per inch (ppi). In particular, it is common to find computers with the following resolutions:

- FullHD (1920×1080 px): A standard and, during 2013 and 2014, one of the most common screen resolutions.
- Retina (various resolutions): In early 2014, with this type of display, you can reach resolutions over 3840 x 2160 px.
- 4K (4096×2160): Starting to extend from the end of 2013, these types of screens are becoming more common each day.
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