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    GET object and optimal resolution

    Is this object available on Xbox yet? It is listed as an extension which works under XNA but it doesn't show in the listings when I have the build type set to Xbox.

    Also, what sort of dimensions are recommended for the highest possible graphics quality?

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    The Get object is only for Windows and Phone. Accessible the net from an XBOX is only allowed to specific development houses who have a partnership with Microsoft.
    The best resolution would be true HD : 1920x1080

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    I haven't played a huge amount of Xbox games, but I thought most games were done at 720p or less -- so that there is better performance.

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