Video capture or display by scanning such that a frame contains a complete image. Each frame contains a complete picture and uses more bandwidth than interlace scanning. Your home computer scans progressively which is why DVD movies look better on a computer than on a conventional television, which is interlace.
Attribute of HD Cameras and DVD Players. Each video frame is comprised of a complete picture typically replayed at 24 frames per second.
Since it scans all lines onscreen at once, 60 times per second, this type of scanning is used by computer monitors to minimize flickering. It is also better able to show movement, offering more detail and less ghosting than interlaced scanning.
Non-interlace full-frame footage or display device, so-called because a progressive image is displayed in one fast sweep, unlike interlaced images which are displayed in two passes, each pass displaying every other line. (More)
Refers to "progressive scanning," as in DTV formats 480p or 720p. A system of video scanning whereby lines of a picture are transmitted consecutively (unlike interlaced), as on computer screens.
A method of displaying video in which all the scan lines of a frame are displayed in order in a single pass. This is instead of the traditional television system in which separate fields of odd-numbered scan lines and even-numbered lines are interlaced between each other.
Short for progressive scanning. A system of video scanning whereby lines of a picture are transmitted consecutively, such as in the computer world.
A scanning format used by computer monitors and some high definition television sets where each picture frame's horizontal scan line is presented sequentially and is scanned continuously from the top left of the screen down to the bottom right corner (compare with Interlaced).
Short for progressive scanning, a system of video scanning whereby lines of a picture are transmitted consecutively, as opposed to interlaced. Typically used by VGA monitors.
Video standard where each line of the frame are displayed continuously from top to bottom in one pass. There are no fields as used in interlaced systems.
scan camera Each row on a digital sensor is processed one after the other. Compare to Interlaced.
HDTV is scanned in two different ways, one being progressive and the other being interlaced. Progressive scanning is done the way you would expect a TV image to be shown. Each horizontal line is displayed right after the previous one. The lines are scanned in order from top to bottom so that it goes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and so on. This means the image is displayed in one pass instead of two as it is done with interlaced scanning.