HD is the standard. All commercially available monitors are already HD capable and in the 16:9 aspect ratio. If you have standard definition video in your courtroom and HD monitors, you can get stretched videos or pillars on the side of a standard definition video image. Stretched video can distort evidence being presented to juries, while pillars on your monitor now drop your 70” monitor into a 52” diagonal viewing space. You are still being charged full price, even though you are only using 75% of the available image space.
All the video devices being brought into a courtroom are using HD already. Whether you are video conferencing, or presenting evidence, these technologies utilize a widescreen format. Not only will these technologies fill up your screens and monitors fully, they will no longer require conversion boxes and signal adapters. This means less equipment and fewer points of failure.
Higher-resolution recordings. Previously JAVS recordings provided a 320×240 pixel space. With resolutions in the 1280×720 pixel space, you are viewing at 12 times the clarity and resolution.