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Pixel aspect ratios: Pixels have a shape too

Pixel aspect ratios: Pixels have a shape too: Digital Media Foundations
Pixel aspect ratios: Pixels have a shape too: Digital Media Foundations

A pixel is a dot—but does that dot have to be square? It turns out that the answer is no. In fact, we have been using non-square pixels for many years, particularly in the display of standard definition television. In simple terms, a non-square pixel is a pixel that isn't square. It really is that simple. This video explains the way non-square pixels are used, and should help to remove any doubt you might have when someone asks you "Is this non-square?"

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