old movies to HD and remastered
If you look at old TV shows of "The Simpsons" aired back in 1990's << or even movies like Ben-Hur, in SD on FTA or any movie before HD came to be,, how exactly can these be better today in 16:9? As i always thought you cannot add pixels to something that isn't there in the first place.
This suggests that firm has a much higher "resolution", so if i went in this theory, they actually solved this problem back in the old days ?
Seriously? I don't get it.
Or is it just a simple stance of "a million pixels on film, but it's just the TV's at the time could only display so much" which would make it all allot easier to understand.