philledwards at gmail.com
Sun Oct 9 02:23:48 UTC 2005
> > 1) Are you sure it's vertical and horizontal _resolution_? I thought
> > it was the height and width measure in mm. After all how would anyone
> > know the resolution of a TV screen? Perhaps someone else can confirm
> > whether I'm right or not.
> The FAQ is right (except x and y are swapped, ie. x = horizontal res *
> 0.254, y = vertical res * 0.254).
> The equation is:
> xdpi = 25.4 * HR / W
> where HR is the horizontal resolution and W is the width in mm (which
> is what goes in the config setting).
> We want xdpi to be 100, so solving for W gives us:
> W = HR * 25.4 / 100
So how do you work out the horizontal resolution of your TV? Or is it
the 800 in 600 x 800?
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