Full HD Explained in simple terms.

Full HD Video Conversions to DVD and HD Canberra



You may have noticed Full HD logo being displayed on many modern TV sets, camcorders and even smartphones these days. But what does it actually means?

The term usually assumes a widescreen aspect ration of 16:9, implying a resolution of 1920×1080.

This is the best quality, modern-days digital video format. More information.

Do not assume though that your smartphone will offer you the same quality video as your digital televison broadcasted program. While the format will be the same, the quality depends on optics, matrix that converts optical signals into digital and the power of processor. Consumer grade camcorders, and especially smartphones, have known limitations, when it comes to quality of video.

National Video Centre in Canberra can offer you professional editing of Full HD Videos, be it from camcorder DVD or a smartphone.


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