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Viewing tests with non-expert consumers in Ottawa, Canada, showed that, for a given number of bits, interlaced scanning showed a "better" picture than progressive scanning.
Third, the number of lines traced on a TV screen can vary from 480 to 1080 and use either interlaced scanning or the single-step progressive scanning technique employed by computer manufacturers.