HD video or high-definition video (High Definition Video) is a relatively new direction of the AV industry. HD video is fundamentally different from conventional DVD-video. HD video on a large screen allows you to see that image will be more clear than when watching the same DVD. The fact that the use of HD video 'image' contains five times as many pixels. This provides a more detailed and clear image on the screen. HD video has two main types of permits: HD720 (1280×720 pixels) and HD1080 (1920×1080), which is several times higher than the classical resolution DVD video. These permissions can be either interlaced or progressive scan. Scan type is indicated at the end of labeling: 'i' or 'P', for example, 1080p.
If you decide to watch HD video, or perhaps make a movie of the photos in HD format, you must understand exactly what devices support this type of video. If there is a sticker on your TV Full HD, which means that device supports all resolutions up to 1080p. Watch HD video can also be on televisions and projectors with optional HD Ready, but as a rule, these devices may be somewhat lower or reduce the type of image resolution (eg, Play 1080p as 1080i, etc.). Conventional TVs do not have the function of HD Ready, play HD video as an ordinary DVD and reduce the resolution. Now the market is AV technology drives a lot of high-definition video. Became available to independent recording HD video. For example, if you need to create a slide show of photos, and watch it in HD quality, suitable software for creating slide shows – Photo Slideshow Creator of AMS Software, including the ability to create HD video.