HD Video, Officially it is video with a resolution of 1280×720 (720p) or 1920×1080 (1080i or 1080p). All of the formats are widescreen 16:9 and display between 24 and 60 frames per second. The scanning is either progressive (every frame the entire picture is drawn) or interlace (only for 1080 where every other frame has half the lines redrawn).
The problem is that the HD definition only takes into consideration the frame rate, resolution and interlacing. It does not take into consideration bitrate. So technically any 720P, 1080i or 1080p video is HD, even though it might look like shit. Now that sounds like it should be a high-quality picture and in fact it should be. However when that video is then processed for online or other use it might not be as high due to the post-processing.
If you have shot some HD videos with your Canon, Sony, Panasonic or JVC camera or camcorder, you should know it is not easy to playback those HD AVCHD, HD MTS, HD MOV, etc videos on your hand-hold portable devices like tablets or mobile phones. Anyway, converting HD videos to a more convenient format is a good choice for you to solve this problem. You might worry that you'll lose the great HD visual effect after conversion. Don't worry, a professional video converter will allow you to output HD videos. iOrgSoft Video Converter is the one.
iOrgSoft Video Converter, equipped with advanced HD video encoder and decoder technology, is able to convert nearly all popular HD video formats like TS, MTS, M2TS, XAVC, MXF, MOD, TOD, etc to HD AVI, HD WMV, HD QuickTime MOV, HD MPEG-2, HD MPEG-4, etc. Besides, it also supports and outputs standard video audio files including MP4, AVI ,WMV, DivX, FLV, MOV, 3GP, MP3, AAC, FLAC, AIFF, WMA, WAV, etc. Then you are able to play different videos on various devices.