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Disc Storage format[edit]

1080p-encoded titles have been released on DVD, Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD. 1080p content has been released on Blu-ray exclusively (does this mean all 1080 p is Blu-Ray or all Blu-Ray is 1080p?) after July 1, 2008. Blu-ray players have been able to output 1080p video since their inception.[citation needed] Current Blu-ray players allow output of film-based material in conventional interlaced 1080i60 form. 1080p displays that are able to apply 3:2 pulldown reversal can deinterlace film-based content and achieve full 1080p image quality.[citation needed]

Cell reference added[edit]

Quoting a performance threshhold in clock frequency relative to an unspecified device/technology/manufacturer is bad dental hygeine, and grants Intel far more implicit credit than they deserve. I thought Cell would serve as a useful counterpoint, and that it was also pertinent enough as 1080p is easily within Cell's performance wheelhouse, though my text might say more than best serves the article at that juncture.

This could be pertinent as well. Here Microsoft claims that 1080p can not be properly supported by games on the current and upcoming generation of game consoles; one must take this FUD with a grain of salt, for while their admission concerning their own XBox-360 is dead on the mark, the Sony PS3 borderlines on being able to pull this off, and perhaps some PS3 games (but not many) will pull this off once the dust finally settles. I might add that pulling this off does not necessarily add anything to the gaming experience; the feat could devolve entirely into adolescent bragging rights.

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She live you 8 Hhddhud (talk) 19:37, 31 March 2018 (UTC)

1080p over the Internet[edit]

This section read like a brochure so I removed the "OMFG OAR COMAPNE IZ TEH GREETEST!!!!1!" crap that some jerk, obviously employed by Constructive Lab Ltd, had put in and made it read more neutral. But, does the section provide enough info to warrant inclusion?

Omg uy Hhddhud (talk) 19:36, 31 March 2018 (UTC)

Video game consoles - outdated[edit]

It mentions the sixth gen but not seventh/current gen consoles which I am almost certain are all capable of native/"real" 1080p. B137 (talk) 19:54, 6 November 2015 (UTC)

Again I visit this article for different purposes and find again that it is pretty badly lacking. For one thing it lacks clear history and context, instead sticking to some technical talk and hardly coherent sections. B137 (talk) 08:19, 21 November 2015 (UTC)

I think I was one-off in the game console generation thing. 7th gen was PS3 which dabbled into HD with a lot of 720 and 1080i, with 1080p pretty much just bluRay. I said current, I meant the Eighth generation of video game consoles (PS4/XBOX One [S], etc.) which is solid 1080p. B137 (talk) 16:34, 4 October 2016 (UTC)

1920 x 1080 and Full HD[edit]

In the article summary the terms FHD and Full HD are equated with 1920x1080. However, in the section Resolutions, 1920 x 1080 is equated with HD Widescreen and Full HD is equated with 2160 x 1080. So which is it? Is the introduction wrong or is the Resolutions section wrong? Where are the authoritative citations that define this standard (1080p) and the associated terms for the various horizontal resolutions? Stephen Charles Thompson (talk) 17:11, 2 October 2018 (UTC)