The Ins And Outs Of HDTV – High Definition DVD Recorders And Your PC

If you have bought a HDTV high definition DVD should be an option that you take an advantage of. This type of DVD can store significantly more than the standard DVD. This is due to the shorter wavelength it uses to read the disc. This means that more information can be stored in the same amount of space. This type of HDTV-high definition DVD is a lot cheaper than sometimes some other formats that are available. It tends to be easier to make as well.

Usually this type of HDTV-high definition DVD has about 15GB of space on single-layered and 30GB on dual-layered. In the future, they are trying to develop what will be called a triple-layered disc. This kind of DVD will have 45GB of space available. Another great feature of this type of high definition DVD is that they will be able to play on older models of DVD players. That way if you both kinds of DVD players or only an older one you can still use the discs for this type of HDTV-high definition DVD.

Another interesting feature concerning this HDTV-high definition DVD is the advances in sound quality that can be had. This type of DVD can get up to 7.1 channel surround sound. It usually does this through Dolby Digital, PCM or DTS. It can even work with Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD. This is far above most current DVD's. These typically run at 5.1 channel surround sound.

Besides more space, better sound and multi-player accessibility, the resolution can be compatible with many different formats. These include the low ones like CIF and SDTV, as well as the higher ones like HDTV, 720p, 1080i and 1080p. They will even work with 480i and 480p. This once again means that this type of DVD is very accessible to many different types of television sets as well as the previously mentioned DVD players. This makes this type of DVD one to seriously consider.

With all the features that come on this type of DVD it is a serious contender in HDTV DVD technology. Besides the features it should seriously consider for it's amazing compatibility with not only the many different types of DVD players out there, but also the television sets that are out there. With such great things to consider, HDTV-high definition DVD's should be one of your first options if not your only one.

Source by Mike Singh