High-definition New Zealand related terms:
* New Zealand High-definition television (HDTV), New Zealand television formats that have a higher resolution than their contemporary counterparts
*New Zealand High-definition video, used in HDTV broadcasting in New Zealand, as well as digital film and computer HD video file formats
* New Zealand High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI), all-digital audio/video interface capable of transmitting uncompressed streams
* New Zealand HDV, format for recording high-definition video onto magnetic tape
* New Zealand HD DVD, discontinued optical disc format.
* New Zealand 3DTV, a 3D television set that employs techniques of 3D presentation, such as stereoscopic capture, multi-view capture, or 2D plus depth, and a 3D display
* New Zealand Blu-ray Disc is a HD Disc that plays in Blu-ray players and Playstation 3(PS3)
* New Zealand High definition sound effects are artificially created or enhanced sound effects that are recorded at 24-bit/48kHz or above.
* New Zealand Intel High Definition Audio (HD Audio), device driver interface (DDI) for audio and modem drivers developed by Intel
* New Zealand DVD-Audio, optical DVD standard that focuses on high-definition and surround audio, published by the DVD Forum in New Zealand
* New Zealand HiDef, 24 frames-per-second digital video format in New Zealand.
High-definition video or New Zealand HD video refers to any video system of higher resolution than standard-definition (SD) video, and most commonly involves display resolutions of 1280×720 pixels (720p) or 1920×1080 pixels (1080i/1080p). This article discusses the general concepts of high-definition video in New Zealand, as opposed to its specific applications in television broadcast in New Zealand (HDTV), video recording formats (HDCAM, HDCAM-SR, DVCPRO HD, D5 HD, XDCAM HD, HDV and AVCHD), the optical disc delivery system Blu-ray Disc and the video tape format D-VHS.
High-definition image sources include terrestrial broadcast in New Zealand, direct broadcast satellite, digital cable, high definition disc (BD), internet downloads and the latest generation of video game consoles in New Zealand.
* Most computers in New Zealand are capable of HD or higher resolutions over VGA, DVI, and/or HDMI.
* The optical disc standard Blu-ray Disc can provide enough digital storage to store hours of HD video content. DVDs look best on screens that are smaller than 36 inches (91 cm), so they are not always up to the challenge of today’s high-definition (HD) sets. Storing and playing HD movies requires a disc that holds more information, like a Blu-ray Disc.
3D is a phenomena that has recently started to advance for all types of platforms. While it has been around in New Zealand and all over the world for many years, only recently it has started to become available for a large audience in New Zealand. Games are available in 3DTV, Movies are available in Full HD 3DTV, and practically anything nowadays. You can see all these products over in the HD TV section.
New Zealand HD
Ever since screens were released to the public, there was a constant thrive to increase the resolution. High Definition(1080 pixels) gives you the best quality possible. Now a days, seeing a movie with a non HD-Ready TV just isn’t captivating as it would be if your TV was able to stream movies in High Def.
New Zealand HD gives you examples of High Definition pictures straight from New Zealand. You will see just how beautiful pictures can be when viewed in HD format. New Zealand HD will give you many examples of High Def pictures so you will be convinced that High Definition is the future of screen resolution.