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What i've seen lately is people that want HD but don't even know when it actually is HD if it dosn't have some sticker on it saying HD TV.
The main resolutions if you been on YouTube lately are: 240, 360, 480, 720 and 1080 pixels.
As you can see on the graphic below its telling you the real resolution of each screen resolution, for example: 
1366 x 768 = 720.
So trough that example i gave you and that a friend told me is that, the second numbers from a screen resolution (that i marked BOLD on the example) are the one's that determine it.

Analog / early digital
    352×240 (264 lines): Video CD
    330×480 (248 lines): Umatic, Betamax, VHS, Video8
    400×480 (300 lines): Super Betamax, Betacam (pro)
    440×480 (330 lines): Analog broadcast
    560×480 (420 lines): LaserDisc, Super VHS, Hi8
    670×480 (503 lines): Enhanced Definition Betamax
Digital
    720×480 (520 lines): D-VHS, DVD, miniDV, Digital8, Digital Betacam (pro)
    720×480 (400 lines): Widescreen DVD (anamorphic)
    1280×720 (720 lines): D-VHS, HD DVD, Blu-ray, HDV (miniDV)
    1366×768 (720 lines)
    1440×1080 (810 lines): HDV (miniDV)
    1920×1080 (1080 lines): D-VHS, HD DVD, Blu-ray, HDCAM SR (pro)
    2048×1080 : 2K Digital Cinema
    4096×2160 : 4K Digital Cinema
    7680×4320 : UHDTV

(Thanks to Wikipedia for the graphic)
 


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01/27/2012 19:06

THX for info

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01/27/2012 21:14

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03/21/2012 13:59

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03/26/2012 21:33

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03/31/2012 18:20

THX for info

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good post

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07/16/2012 07:36

Nice article bro

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