We all want to see films with clear and sharp images. Whatever the story, if it gets blurry or unclear, you may lose interest in watching it. This is why when you're out in the market, you'll prefer DVD copies as they're so clear. If you decide to get your video taken by a professional, you should also have this option.
It is something you should consider for your best wedding videography. It's not enough to have an original copy. The most important factor to consider is the standard of your copy which will ensure your satisfaction should you decide to watch these videos several years after.
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New technology has come out on the market and is also slowly entering the wedding video market. It provides a higher quality image when compared to DVDs, and the resolution is higher than it.
What makes an HDV different? Here are the top reasons:
Resolution- Display resolutions of 1280×720 or 2020×1080.
Frames per second It captures 50-60 frames per second. Every motion can be recorded in clear video. A typical video camera can take 30 frames at a time just, and some cameras even lower.
Blu-ray Format- You can choose to go tapeless and opt for the highest quality optical disc formats.
A few cameras offer high-definition video. If you'd like to have this kind of feature for your wedding day, request to have it provided by your videographer. Once you've decided the option, think about the following items:
Choose the right equipment in order to run the disc in the type of format it's got. Because this is the latest technology, you must ensure that it is compatible with your older equipment.