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480i

A standard definition digital TV format (SDTV) with 480 lines of interlaced resolution (see DTV). All broadcast SDTV and DVD movies are encoded in 480i. The specification may refer to analog NTSC TV as well (see NTSC). See DVD.
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At that time, providers will be free to stop transmitting an NTSC or 480i signal.
Additional features include external frame synchronization to standard HD formats, such as 480i, 480p, 1080i, and 1080p; CVBS and S-Video bi-level and tri-level input signal synchronization; and an opto-isolated general purpose I/O (GPIO) connector for synchronizing to external devices such as a light source.
explains in simple terms how to understand the difference between 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p video.
Video signals from 480i up to full 1080P HDTV is completely supported as well when using the ABT1030's pass-through mode.
The HD/SD dual-supporting H5000 Series high video quality MPEG-2 encoder and decoder support 1080-24p, 1080i, 720p, 576i, 480i, and a maximum of two audio systems, for a total of eight-channel encoding.