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Video Configuration Fact Sheet 2.7.6

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True or false, after you have installed a video adapter, install the device drivers and use the Windows Display applet to configure various settings for both the monitor and the video adapter? True
How do you open the Windows Display applet using Windows 2000/XP? Right-click the Desktop and choose Properties
How do you open the Windows Display applet using Windows Windows Vista/7? Right-click the Desktop and choose Personalize, then select Display Settings
What term describes the number of pixels available on a display screen? Resolution
How is the resolution expressed? Using two numbers
the number of pixels horizontally across the display by the number of pixels vertically down the display describe which term? Resolution
True or false, A higher resolution means that more information can be shown on the screen at a time? True
Which resolution is 640 x 480? VGA
Which resolution is 800 x 600 SVGA
Which resolution is 1024 x 768 XGA
Which resolution is 1152x864 XGA+
Which resolution is 1280x1024 SXGA
Which resolution is 1400x1050 SXGA+
Which resolution is 1680 x 1050 WSXGA+
Which resolution is 1600 x 1200 UXGA
Which resolution is 1920 x 1200 WUXGA
Which resolution has a 5:4 aspect ratio SXGA
True or false, resolutions with a W in the name are widescreen resolutions with a 16:10 aspect ratio? True
True or false, monitors with the 16:9 aspect ratio are used by HDTV content? True
True or false, Resolutions used by HDTV are: 1280 x 720, and 1920 x 1080? True
Which resolution is 1280 x 720, and 1920 x 1080? HDTV
True or false, Full HD content is designed for a resolution of 1920 x 1080 using progressive scanning, where each line on the screen is redrawn in order and is referred to as 1080p? True
Full HD content uses which resolution? 1920 x 1080
True or false, cheaper TVs and monitors at lower resolutions or using interlacing, where every other line is drawn with each pass are not capable of displaying all of the video content in full HD? True
True or false, 720p (1280 x 720 progressive scan) and 1080i (1920 x 1080 with interlacing) identify displays that do not support full HD content, with both 720p and 1080i being comparable in quality? True
In terms of video resolution and HD content, what does the letter after the resolution value mean? For example 720P. Progressive scan
In terms of video resolution and HD content, what does the letter after the resolution value mean? For example 720P. Interlacing
In terms of video resolution and HD content, what term expresses the following statement: Each line on the screen is redrawn in order? Progressive scan
In terms of video resolution and HD content, what term expresses the following statement: Every other line is drawn with each pass? Interlacing
True or false, in terms of video resolution and HD content, 720p and 1080i are comparable in quality? True
True or false, in terms of video resolution and HD content, 720p and 1080i do not support full HD content? True
True or false, it is common for CRT monitors to support a wide number of resolutions, but LCD monitors often have a native (optimum) display resolution. For best results, configure LCD monitors to use the native resolution? True
What is the term that describes The number of different colors that can be displayed on the screen at a time? Color depth
How is color depth expressed? In bits
True or false, a higher bit count increases the number of colors that can be displayed? True
what are some common bit depths? 8-bit, 16-bit, 24-bit, and 32-bit
How many bits will result in 256 possible colors? 8-bits
How many bits will result in 65,536 possible colors? 16-bits
What is another name for 16-bit color resolution? High color
How many bits will result in 16.7 million possible colors? 24-bits
What is another name for 24-bit color resolution? True color
How many bits will result in 16.7 million possible colors and alpha channel? 32-bits
What is another name for 32-bit color resolution? True color
True or false, When you have multiple monitors, edit the Display settings to configure how content is shown on each monitor? True
True or false, when you have multiple monitors, Check the Extend desktop onto this monitor option to show desktop content on the monitor? True
True or false, when you have multiple monitors, One monitor is identified as the main monitor by selecting the This monitor is my main monitor option? True
When using multiple monitors which monitor displays the Start menu and Task Bar? My main monitor
True or false, when using multiple monitors, you can configure each monitor with different resolution and color depth settings? True
True or false, when using multiple monitors by default, Windows places the first monitor it detects on the right? True
True or false, when using multiple monitors drag the monitor icons to change the logical position to match the physical position of each monitor? True
True or false, when using multiple monitors click the Identify Monitors button to display the monitor number as identified by Windows? True
What is the term for the number of times the entire screen repaints per second? Refresh rate
Refresh rates are measured in units called? Hertz
True or false, most monitors support multiple refresh rates? True
how do you reduce screen flicker? Increase the refresh rate
What is a desirable range of refresh rate? 75Hz or higher
True or false, overall, LCD monitors have lower refresh rates than CRT monitors? True
True or false, for LCD monitors, higher refresh rates are not required because of the better quality of the LCD displays? True
True or false, a refresh rate of 70Hz or lower on a CRT monitor may cause eye fatigue? True
True or false, the refresh rate must be supported by the video card and the monitor? True
True or false, if you are unable to set a high refresh rate that is supported by your monitor, you might need to upgrade the video card to one with more memory? True
True or false, setting a refresh rate that is not supported by the monitor can cause damage? True
True or false, by default, Windows shows only the refresh rates supported by the monitor? True
True or false, by default, Windows only shows optimum resolution, color depth, and refresh rates? True
When you configure a monitor for windows systems, how do you configure hidden (but possible) combinations? Click the List All Modes button
In terms of video performance, what does windows implement to improve performance? Video hardware acceleration
What is the windows process where instructions related to rendering video are sent to the processor on the video adapter, thereby reducing the workload on the CPU? Video hardware acceleration
True or false, some video adapters allow you to adjust the amount of hardware acceleration used? True
True or false, an older video card or outdated drivers can cause problems with hardware acceleration? True
Which type of video hardware acceleration problem typically causes blank screens, jerky or slow video, or odd colors or shapes on the display? Outdated video card or drivers
True or false, to correct video hardware acceleration display problems, try reducing the amount of hardware acceleration. If this fixes the problem, check to see if an updated driver exists? True
True or false, color management settings control how colors appear on your monitors so that the colors that you see on the screen match the colors for graphic files or printed documents? True
How do you control how colors appear on your monitor so that the colors that you see on the screen match the colors for graphic files or printed documents? Color management settings
How do you configure color settings? loading color profiles
How are color profiles created? By hardware vendors
What term describes the range and characteristics of colors used by a program or a device? Color space
True or false, profiles are created by hardware vendors to match the color space used by a program or a device? True
True or false, profiles translate colors from one color space to another? True
What do you need to translate colors from one color space to another? Color profiles
Created by: john316