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Aspect ratio of an image is its width divided by its height. For television and video applications, aspect ratios are pronounced ‘x-by-y’. The two common videographic aspect ratios are 4:3, universal for standard-definition video formats, and 16:9, universal to high-definition and digital television.
Aspect ratio of an image is its width divided by its height. For television and video applications, aspect ratios are pronounced ‘x-by-y’. The two common videographic aspect ratios are 4:3, universal for standard-definition video formats, and 16:9, universal to high-definition and digital television.

Aspect ratio of an image is its width divided by its height. For television and video applications, aspect ratios are pronounced ‘x-by-y’. The two common videographic aspect ratios are 4:3, universal for standard-definition video formats, and 16:9, universal to high-definition and digital television.



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1. Wikipedia see Aspect ratio (image) [1]


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