What does 60hz interlaced mean?
Interlaced video (also known as interlaced scan) is a technique for doubling the perceived frame rate of a video display without consuming extra bandwidth. The interlaced signal contains two fields of a video frame captured consecutively.
Is interlaced refresh rate better?
Because an interlacing monitor refreshes only half the lines at one time, it can display twice as many lines per refresh cycle, giving it greater resolution. Therefore, Interlacing provides the same resolution as non-interlacing, but does it less expensively.
Is interlaced better?
Interlaced made for a better quality look to television broadcasts. As the half images of interlaced are processed quicker than a progressive capture, there is less time for the subject to move within the capture time and so the movement can be crisper and cleaner.
What is better interlaced or non interlaced?
Measurement gives a effective resolution of about 70% of the maximum resolution (the Kell factor) for progressively scanned (i.e. not interlaced) systems. If the image is interlaced, then the 70% factor only applies if the image is completely stationary.