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1080i (1080 line interlaced) High-definition (HD) video format with 1080 active horizontal lines using the interlaced scanning system. Typically implemented with 1920 active pixels per line.

24P (24-frames-per-second, progressively scanned video) Video capture and recording format commonly used for theatrical movie production because the frame rate (24 frames per second) matches the frame rate of cinema production equipment and film projectors.

3:2 Pulldown Process for converting 24-frames-per-second material (e.g., cinema films) into 30-frames-per-second material (e.g., NTSC television). Process involves converting movie frames into an alternating pattern of 3 video fields and 2 video fields, hence the name.

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