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    I note there is now the opportunity to post larger images up to 1920px. I guess this is advantageous to people who have the very high resolution monitors.
    Whilst I don't fully understand why that particular size I see this as an opportunity to post images up to 1600px x 1200px max which is the size adopted by international/national competition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Ashton View Post
    I note there is now the opportunity to post larger images up to 1920px. I guess this is advantageous to people who have the very high resolution monitors.
    Whilst I don't fully understand why that particular size I see this as an opportunity to post images up to 1600px x 1200px max which is the size adopted by international/national competition.
    Hi Jon, 1920 pixels is the width of a standard full high definition screen (height is 1080 pixels; 16:9 aspect ratio). This format is sometimes called 1080i. Most common TVs and computer monitors have these pixel dimensions although the newer '4k' screens have many more pixels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn Pure View Post
    Hi Jon, 1920 pixels is the width of a standard full high definition screen (height is 1080 pixels; 16:9 aspect ratio). This format is sometimes called 1080i. Most common TVs and computer monitors have these pixel dimensions although the newer '4k' screens have many more pixels.
    Thanks Glen, I guessed there would be some rationale.. but obviously didn't know what it was.

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