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Will 1080p or 4k content look weird on 1440p monitor?

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Will watching 1080p videos look not good on a 1440p monitor?

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13 minutes ago, waleed_ said:

Will watching 1080p videos look not good on a 1440p monitor?

I dont have a 1440p but even watching videos in 720p in a 1080p monitor or heck even anime doesnt look anything bad at all.

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NOPE

I have an ASUS G14 2021 with Manjaro KDE and I am a professional Linux NoOB and also pretty bad at General Computing.

 

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17 minutes ago, waleed_ said:

Will watching 1080p videos look not good on a 1440p monitor?

1080p videos look just fine on 1440p monitors in general. Things that may affect playback are colour range of monitor, scaling engine used etc.

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i think it's only depends on video bitrate

so as long as video has high bitrate it won't looking bad at all

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1080p may look a little bit different compared to either native resolution as there is the need for upscaling to a resolution it doesn't fit as a whole multiple in. 4k will have the benefit of downsampling, but might also look a little different then either native resolution as 2560x1440 doesn't fit in 3840x2160 whole either. I've seen both, neither looks bad to me.

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Nope.  But that also begs the question of why 1440p over 2160p....

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