Progressive video is the technique of displaying moving images one scan line at a time, creating smoother motion in modern monitors. Unlike interlaced video, progressive video does not blend fields; it displays a unique image for each frame. This technique also requires more bandwidth than similar interlaced frame rates.

Displays that are progressive are indicated with a “p” after the pixel resolution.

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