they 720p native is the same for **bleep** like nascar I dont know if you watch NASCAR but if you do then you will know what i'm talking about that is why they dont p[lay there races on 1080i or 1080p cuz it is to slow in order for them to be At 1080p they will have to run it at 1080p 60fps and allot of thos tv channels wont want to pay the much so they stay whit 720p 60fps same for NFL and MLB
Alibaba, still need to learn A WHOLE LOT OF HOW EVERYTHING WORKS.....first of all jakob98 is my account. It is named so because my son's name is Jakob who was born in 1998, not sure what part of that you do not understand but is is my account and always has been.
My son understands how tvs work better than you, strecthing and upscaling are NOT the same thing ....at all...period.
Nobody gives two **bleep** what you think
Why do you keep up with the whole resolution debate, the question and the post is about why he cannot get a signal above 480p.....
Once again do yourself a favor and just leave as nobody wants to deal with your bs.
To the original poster, as I said ear;lier let me know when you try that and if it does not work pm me and I have another solution for you.
I am no expert in output resolutions, but the majority of what you're saying doesn't match with what the dozens of experts are saying. As Jakob is rightfully saying, upscaling is not stretching. Also, upscaling from 720p to 1080p definitely will not cause framerate drops as they are both progressive.
God of War 3 doesn't even have a consistent frame rate, neither does the Uncharted series. Uncharted 3 is a 30 fps game! So, please stop spewing your nonsense here.
OP, what type of TV do you own? My Ascension demo outputs at 720.