Saw a reply from another posts. This explains everything.
|Originally posted by Den|
The phrase usually means getting a fixed-pixel (non-CRT-based) video display to display exactly every pixel in a video input signal, just as we are accustomed to seeing on a properly setup computer display.
The approach is usually to prepare a video signal so that it matches
the display's native image format so closely, that the display doesn't scale the signal but rather passes it "native" and unscaled to the display hardware. The goal being to get a pixel-for-pixel accurate image from the input signal without artifacts, degradation, pixel cropping or other scaling side effects.
The phrase "pixel perfection" really suggests doing all of this in the analog domain; when you connect source and display digitally you may expect to get pixel-level accuracy essentially for free.
|So to get "pixel perfection" on an NEC Vt45 (native 800x600) I would set powerstip to 800x600.|
|But when I watch a dvd wont it have to scale to meet the resolution of dvd?|