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Noninterlaced - Definition

Noninterlaced refers to how computer monitors draw every line on the screen each time it scans from top to bottom. Monitors paint images on a screen by rapidly and repeatedly sweeping their electron guns from top to bottom and left to right across the screen. Noninterlaced monitors are better than Interlaced monitors as interlacing skips every second line on a first pass and fills them in on a second pass. That's acceptable on a TV, but it causes enough flicker to tire your eyes on a computer monitor.


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