Basics: Good question Monitor - Native 24/25p and 50 Hz
Newsmeldung von slashCAM: Oktober 2010
Basics: Basics: Monitor Good question - Native 24/25p and 50 Hzof rudi - 14 Oct 2010 12:41:00 Actually, yes, each PC monitor via HDMI synonymous make a passable preview monitor. But often it comes to the so-called micro stuttering, which brings not a trivial problem to light.
Antwort von Daniel007:
Booyah! Thank you for this article. Am pleased to be kept up to date. Unfortunately, I have recently bought me a new full-HD monitor of Dell .. : (
Antwort von DIE_HARD_07:
This raises the question of to what extent a distinction between PC monitor and LCD TV or LED TV? Some TV manufacturers (eg, Sharp, LG) offer 22 "TV in's with 1920x1080 at about 300 ¬, which support 24 at least, 50 and 60Hz when with fed HDMI as a cheap alternative to expensive preview monitors but would be an TV the solution.! ?
Antwort von rudi:
They support at least 24, 50 and 60Hz when they are with HDMI fed! As a cheap alternative to expensive monitors preview but a TV would be the solution?
TVs can be a solution. Unfortunately, there is a strong difference between 24 Hz and assume correctly display. There are many TVs that operate at 24 Hz 60 Hz with the panel anyway and just make an internal change. The latter always looks much worse than the native 24 Hz display. And unfortunately there are rarely correct technical data before the Purchase.
Antwort von LouisP:
Thank you, guess I put myself first off a few yards of my Television ;-)