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SenEDDtor Missile

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  1. Huh, weird. 720p is no longer considered HD by YouTube.

    1. Thigolf

      Thigolf

      That's...not how it works, youtube

    2. Sonictrainer

      Sonictrainer

      That explains some things...

    3. Solister

      Solister

      *suffers in barely 480p*

    4. Indigo Rush

      Indigo Rush

      Medium Definition?

    5. Strickerx5

      Strickerx5

      I mean in a way is makes sense. With 4K quickly becoming the standard in a lot of areas, a lot of people just aren’t thinking of 720p as high definition. For most, “HD” mean 1080p and up.

      Imo, if I asked for HD and got a 720p file/ tv, I’d probably feel slightly ripped off lol.

      Like, the actual (at least according to Wiki) definition for the term is 480p and up... that’s dated af and probably needs an update.

    6. Thigolf

      Thigolf

      Really? Where? All I'm seeing is that it starts at 720p o:

    7. Strickerx5

      Strickerx5

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-definition_video

      Quote

      High-definition video (HDTV Video or HD video) is video of higher resolution and quality than standard-definition. While there is no standardized meaning for high-definition, generally any video image with considerably more than 480 vertical scan lines (North America) or 576 vertical lines (Europe) is considered high-definition. 480 scan lines is generally the minimum even though the majority of systems greatly exceed that.

      @ThigolfDon't know if you were talking about the Wiki definition or not

      Maybe you were looking at the TV version of the article?

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