Summary: HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface is a compact audiovideo interface for transferring uncompressed digital audiovideo data from a HDMI-compliant device ‘the source’ or ‘input’ to a compatible digital audio device computer monitor video projector and digital television. A digital audiovideo source for HDMI can include a HDMI-compliant set-top box DVD player HD DVD player Blu-ray Disc player AVCHD camcorder personal computer PCs video game console such as the PlayStation 3 Xbox 360 and the Wii U AV receiver tablet computer and mobile phone. HDMI is a digital alternative to consumer analog standards such as radio frequency RF coaxial cable composite video S-Video SCART component video D-Terminal or VGA also called D-sub or DE-15F. There are a number of HDMI-standard cable connectors available each of which can be used for any uncompressed TV or PC video format including standard enhanced high definition and 3D video signals up to 8 channels of compressed or uncompressed digital audio a CEC Consumer Electronics Control connection and an Ethernet data connection. HDMI implements the EIACEA-861 standards which define video formats and waveforms transport of compressed uncompressed and LPCM audio auxiliary data and implementations of the VESA EDID.
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