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Interlaced video

Interlaced video refers to video signal that contains fields containing only a part of the overall video resolution. For example, the PAL television system is based on displaying 50 fields per second, and as two fields contain the full resolution, it corresponds to 25 full video frames per second. Interlaced video is often used as a tradeoff between bandwidth requirements and smooth reproduction of movement.



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