What is myopic shift?

Answer Myopia (Greek: μυωπία, muōpia, from myein "to shut" – ops (gen. opos) "eye"[1]), commonly known as being nearsighted (American English) and shortsighted (British English), is a condition o... Read More »

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What is the difference between high definition and very high definition tv?

High definition television is defined by the HDTV standards of 1080 line and 720 line images. Any image format that uses these line counts is regarded as HD. 1080i (interlaced image) and 1080p (pro... Read More »

How do I convert a low definition Flash movie into high definition?

MPEG StreamclipDownload and install the free video conversion program, MPEG Streamclip. (See Resources.) Drag and drop the Flash movie file into the main window. Go to the "File" drop-down menu, an... Read More »

How does high definition differ from standard definition?

The picture is much better, you can see the news readers eye lashes.

Can high definition and standard definition coexist?

Most certainly, HD and SD formats can and will co-exist. We are in the very early stages of HD broadcasting despite it being developed over the last two decades. Only now is it becoming commercia... Read More »