The main reason why the video content industry and broadcasters are concerned at double resolution is that television screens are typically composed of 3-electrode LCD panels capable of displaying up to 1920x1080p, which the panel manufacturer designates as 1080p. The majority of the broadcasting industry is moving to 1080p delivery as a natural progression of the development of digital television and digital video technology. The broadcast television industry is moving to all-digital terrestrial television delivery as an alternative to the current move to all-digital cable television delivery. DVD has long used all region encoding designations of 720p, 1080i, 1080p and 1080i HD in the DVD specification, but others including Blu-ray Disc, VHS and Digital VHS have closely followed the HD television broadcasting pattern. Concatenated Video Path Inc. (QuickTime Inc.'s PAE.com, formerly the Professional Applications Environment), previously Nomad, is a company established in November 1996 by Akos Maroy and Richard Vandenberg in Boston, Massachusetts to project and distribute film and video in the digital media format. It supplied software and hardware to the producer of the motion picture Titanic, and most notably handled the implementation of the playback of high-quality 720p, 1080i and 1080p content. The screen resolutions selected for airing the film Titanic differed somewhat from the DVD format of the DVD.[needs update] The 1080p technology in full-use resolution (19201080) allows the screen to display a higher data rate than the DVD format, which supports up to 720p resolution (1280720).[needs update] Adobe Systems' AIR platform and Adobe Flash Player are also capable of reading and displaying 1080p content.
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