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Re: New Sony 24sF format

There's another difference.

Interlace requires that the vertical resolution be limited
to prevent small area flicker or twitter -- the buzzing
edges of venetian blinds, for instance.  Sony uses the term
"segmented" to mean that that isn't done, so you get the
full progressive resolution, and you get to keep on using
the legacy interlace equipment with this non-vertically-
limited signal.  But if you look at it on an interlaced
display, it will flicker like crazy.

-- J.S.

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