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How to convert/rip DVD to High definition video(HD TS, HD AVI video, HD WMV video...)

Hi, guys. As a "HD video" fans, I want to propagate some knowledge of High definition video at the beginning. High-definition video today we will talk about -- not just for broadcast television and professional videographers, but now in under-$1000 consumer camcorders, and supported by sub-$100 consumer video software that can run on your desktop.

There are many advantages of High definition video including clearer pictures, superior sound quality, progressive scanning etc. And the main HD video format includes HD TS video, WMV HD, AVI HD Video, MPEG-2 HD (called HDV) and MPEG-4 H.264 (AVCHD) etc. For more info, refer to "HD video Download, converter"...



Oke, let's get to the fun stuff. Have you ever noticed this phenomenon recently?

Many people complain that the video quality is not as clean as the original DVD after they ripped DVD to standard video. For an ordinary DVD movie is often 7-8 GB in size, if we convert them to standard video formats the size would be hundreds of MB, so we have to face the problem that the code compress process would destroy most of unimportant data and the video quality get bad. Then what can we do to resolve this issue? The answer is to rip DVD to High Definition video formats, for these HD videos are often bigger than standard video and decrease the video damage. So the HD video seems to be lossless compared with the original DVD.

To finish the task, we need a tool to help us. The tool we use is Daniusoft DVD Ripper, which can rip DVD to High definition video formats such as DVD to MKV, HD AVI, HD MP4, HD WMV, HD MOV, HD ASF, HD VOB etc. This program is very easy-to-use, just a few click to finish the conversion without any learn curve.

Free download the amazing DVD to HD video conversion software: Daniusoft DVD Ripper


Step1. Launch Daniusoft DVD Ripper, click "Add" to load Real DVD or DVD-like source such as DVD folder, ISO files, IFO files. Here we add a real DVD from DVD Rom.



Step2. After you add the DVD, you can edit the video effect by clicking "Edit" from the menu bar, this software video editing function is very powerful and utilitarian which includes video crop, video effect adjust, video trim and watermark edit.


Step3. Select the output video format, this software supports various video formats, almost any video formats you can name, and it supports many PMPs such as iPod, iPhone, Zune, PSP, Creative Zen etc. Here we select HD MP4 as output format.



Step4. Click the "start" button to start the conversion. Then you can get a cup of coffee and come back later to check if the conversion is finished. Furthermore, this DVD Ripper offers the option to automatically shut down the computer when the conversion completed.



The original DVD file is near 5 GB, the conversion test on Windows vista 32 Pentium 4 single core system and it works very fast, which takes about 1 hours. And below is this DVD ripper performance screen.



If you use a dual core processor I imagine you would be very happy with the speed of the conversions.

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is this projector high def


HI,
Its not an HD (1080p) projector. So it will not be able to show HD picture. In HD projectors there will be an input named HDMI( High-Definition Multimedia Interface ).This projector able to Show picture up to a resolution 1080i (HDTV) Though component video input.
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is the sylvania tv no. 6419td HD compatible


If by HD compatible you're talking about the new digital signal, if you're TV is more than 3 years old, the answer is no. However, if you're talking about being capable of displaying a high definition picture (720p or 1018i or 1080p) then you can determine this by looking at the inputs on the back of the set. If you have component inputs which are red, blue, and green for video and a red and white for audio, or an HDMI input, then, yes, the TV is HD ready. S-video and composite video (yellow video input) cannot support a high definition picture.

I hope I've provided you useful assistance and that this information allows you to make an informed decision as to how to proceed from here.I hope I've earned a positive rating from you today.

Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.

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