What is HD quality video| high resolution video?
HD Video (High-Definition Video) is the video that is of high resolution video than standard-definition. Although there is no definitive definition of high-definition, HD can be defined as a video image that has more than 480 (USA) or 576 (Europe) horizontal lines. If you understand in simple language, then high definition video comes in more resolution, due to which the image quality is very clearly visible. Actually, there are many pixels in HD display, and due to these pixels, the image looks better.
Where the resolution is 720×576 pixels in standard definition, we can call a screen with 1280×720 pixels resolution as HD screen. If you understand in more detail, 720p video mode is called HD and its frame size is 1,280×720 pixels. The image on its pixels is 921,600.
At the same time, it is followed by Full HD, which comes in 1080i video mode, which is 1,920×1,080 pixels and has 2,073,600 pixels per image. Apart from this, there is also a 1080p video mode in Full HD, which has the same frame size and image on pixels as 1080i, but there is a difference in its frame rate.
The best quality in HD video is considered to be of Quad HD. Its video mode is 1440p which comes with 2,560×1,440 pixels resolution and it has 3,686,400 pixels per image. The HD video modes we just told you about were Common Modes. Now there are also Ultra-HD video modes with resolutions ranging from 2,048×1,536 pixels to 7,680×4,320 pixels.
After analyzing the video search of Google 2017, we found that video search in Bihar was the highest in the country and people searched more for HD videos. After Bihar, Assam and Odisha were the two states where the most videos were searched in 2017. Bollywood and Hindi-Bhojpuri song videos are the most searched and downloaded in good numbers
Difference between HD ready and full HD
Friends, when many people take a TV or computer desktop, they often want to get a good quality display. But which one should they take in these two i.e. “HD ready and Full HD” and why and what is the difference between the two and whether these two are the same or not, many questions keep coming in their mind. Due to all these dilemmas, they are not able to take the right decision. So today we will try to tell you the difference between the two. So let’s start today’s topic
What is HD ready?
HD Ready, which is called HD Ready in Hindi, is the beginning of HD. The resolutions coming in it are up to 720p. And about 1 million pixels can be seen in it. But its specialty is that it also supports 1080p/1080i format. For example, if you put a video of 1080p/1080i format in it, then it displays you without any problem. And it displays 1080p/1080i format by fitting it to 720p.
HD Ready TVs can display up to an HD resolution – 1280×720 / 1360×768 / 1366×768.
HD ready is the first version of all HD displays and Full HD is the advanced version of HD ready.
HD Ready TV can display up to an HD resolution – 1280×720 / 1360×768 / 1366×768 while FULL HD TV can display up to a Full HD resolution – 1920×1080.
Up to 1 million pixels can be seen in HD ready while up to 2 million pixels can be seen in Full HD.
HD ready density is less than Full HD.
More clear video and images are visible in Full HD than HD ready.
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