- Oct 13, 2007
Does anyone know what the quality of the pictures/video with this setup? The TV is 1080. When I view pictures, the quality doesn't seem good at all...
I am actually viewing photos taken from a digital camera with 10ish megapixels...Well, it's probably the resolution of the iPhone... 320x480. That's lower than "standard definition" television, so it's not going to look stellar on a big screen I wouldn't imagine.
I haven't tried one and have considered purchasing one, so I'd love to be told I'm wrong.
Doesn't mention photos, where does the 576 come into play?Note: Component video output to television is supported by iPod nano (3rd, 4th and 5th generation), iPod touch (2nd generation), and iPod classic at 480p or 576p resolution; and by iPod touch (1st generation), iPhone, and iPhone 3G at 480i or 576i resolution.
Oh really? This is exactly what I needed to know. Is there a way to have the full file on the iPod?additionally, when you put photos on an ipod, they are "optimized" (read: compressed to not take up as much space). So the nice, big 10MP shots you had on your computer are NOT what are on your iPod.
Damn, I know I wouldn't be able to get the full resolution, but I was hoping I could at least get a 480 or not the optimized size.you could put them on in Disk mode, but i don't think the ipod would be able to show them through the video output that way. Even if it is possible, 480i or 576i aren't really going to show a 10MP shot well at all - that's only a fraction of the original resolution of the pictures.