TV HD vs TV UHD: what's different?


Many people are confused by TV HD and UHD, here is an explanation for people about the difference between HD and UHD.

Ultra-clear 720P is clearer, and it occupies a large amount of hard disk memory, and the system memory occupied is similar. Ultra-definition and high-definition are not closely related. It is not that the advanced version of standard definition is high-definition, and the advanced version of high-definition is ultra-clear. Although the definition of ultra-definition is indeed higher than that of some high-definition videos, ultra-clear is actually a general term for high-definition and standard-definition.
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Different Resolutions​

1. High definition: The resolution is 720P or 10801. The regulations of various countries are not consistent, and the Chinese national standard is that the physical resolution reaches 720p or more for high-definition.

2. Ultra-clear: The resolution is 1080P (1080 TV lines progressive scan).

Different Nature​

1. High-definition: refers to high-resolution, a key indicator used to identify the resolution of high-definition films.
2. Ultra-clear: Ultra-clear is actually a general term for high-definition and standard-definition.

Different Features​

1. High-definition: HD players can also play smoothly for files whose bit rate is not particularly abnormal. Generally, the bit rate of the original Blu-ray disc is between 20-40Mbps.

2. Ultra HD: The vertical resolution of the video exceeds 720p or 1080p; the aspect ratio of the video is 16:9.