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Prior to firmware version 7.0, the maximum size of the graphics plane was 1920x1200; players that output resolutions larger than 1920x1200 would upscale the graphics plane to match the video output. With firmware version 7.0, some larger video modes support full-resolution graphics. This table outlines, by model family, which video modes (greater than 1920x1200) support full-resolution graphics.

Note

 Unless otherwise noted below, full-resolution graphics are not enabled by default and must be set via BrightAuthor, BrightScript, or JavaScript.

Note

Enabling full-resolution graphics on the below modes (excepting 2560x1440x30p and 3440x1440x30p) may cause noticeable performance degradation with intensive HTML animations. We recommend enabling the gfxmemlarge setting along with full-resolution graphics to improve HTML performance.

Resolutions 

XTx44

XTx43

XDx34

XDx33

4Kx42
2048x1152x60p*OOOO 
2560x1080x60pOO
  
2560x1440x30pOO
  
2560x1440x60pOO
  
2560x1600x60pOO
  
3440x1440x30pOO
  
3440x1440x50pOO
  
3440x1440x60pOO
  
3840x600x60p**OOOO 

 3840x2160x24p

O

O


  

3840x2160x25p

O

O


  

3840x2160x29.97p

O

O


  

3840x2160x30p

O

O


  

3840x2160x50p

O 
  

3840x2160x59.94p

O 
  

3840x2160x60p

O 
  

4096x2160x23.976p

OO
  
4096x2160x24pOO
  
4096x2160x25pOO
  
4096x2160x29.97pOO
  
4096x2160x30pOO
  
4096x2160x50pO 
  
4096x2160x59.94pO 
  
4096x2160x60pO 
  

*Full-resolution graphics are enabled by default with this mode. 

**BrightAuthor enables full-resolution graphics by default for this mode; however, custom BrightScript/JavaScript applications must enable full-resolution graphics manually.


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