High Def (HD) – 1920×1080 – refers to the size of the image which is 1920 pixels in length and 1080 pixels in height to accommodate today’s televisions. Prior to 2007 all camcorders captured video in Standard Def (SD) – 720 x 480. We have the technology to transfer SD to HD which allows for the viewing of the video as a larger image. HD files will play on today’s 4K/UHD TVs.
What Is High Def ?
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Since 1987, the ARS Video team has been preserving precious memories and valuable archival footage through video transfer, film digitization and more media services for customers across the USA. Our team is always watching for new technology trends and is proud to have been at the forefront of analog media conversions for many years. Committed to customer service excellence and to delivering a great final product for our customers - many of whom are repeat partners over the years - we blog about trends in digitization, high tech vs low tech, culture milestones, and tips for getting the most out of your valuable recorded media. Thanks for reading!