The PlayStation 4’s HD video capabilities aren’t exactly new, but the company is taking the leap to bring its next generation of gaming hardware to the next-gen console.

As part of the PS5 announcement today, Sony confirmed the PlayStation 4 Pro will support a host of HD video formats.

That includes a host for 4K video, which can output 1080p video at 60 frames per second and support up to 4K resolution (1920×1080).

The HD video is a key component of the PlayStation’s new streaming functionality, which allows users to play videos, and the ability to download the content to play on their PS4.

It’s a feature that has been around since the original PlayStation, and while it’s certainly a step up from what was offered before, it still leaves a lot to be desired.

In the past, the PS3 and PS4 used standard HD video for streaming.

This is largely due to the fact that HD video output from a PS3 or PS4 is limited by the CPU.

As a result, it’s a lot of work to capture a frame of 4K on a PS4, and it’s also a huge undertaking for any HD video app.

The problem with this is that the HD codec is only able to handle a small amount of footage at a time, and for that matter, it has no built-in resolution.

With a PS5 Pro, Sony has said it will be able to offer a new type of HD resolution, something called Ultra HD (UHD).

The new format allows for 4k resolution output at 60fps, but Sony has not officially announced what type of frame rate it’ll be capable of.

In the past we’ve seen the PS 4 Pro only support UHD video output at 720p.

With the PlayStation 5 Pro, however, Sony promises the new 4K output will be possible, with up to 1080p output.

In a blog post, Sony said the new video format will be supported on all PS4 consoles with 4K support, including the PS2, PS3, and PS Vita.

The PS4 Pro will be compatible with PlayStation Now, a streaming service that supports a number of games and services, but will not be compatible for PlayStation VR.

While Sony doesn’t specify the exact resolution of the 4K format it’s going to support, it appears to be a resolution that can handle the resolution of most TVs in the home, and that includes 1080p HDTVs.

It should be noted, however that the PS6 Pro is compatible with 1080p and is not going to work with 4k resolutions.

The PlayStation 4 will also include a number, called DSR, that can support 4K UHD playback at 60Hz.

While it’s not exactly a standard, the 4k UHD standard does support up a resolution of 3840×2160, which is much higher than what the PS1 and PS2 offered.

As for what to expect from the PS 5 Pro?

Sony hasn’t revealed much about what features will be available for the console beyond the HD 4K standard.

That said, we do know it will include a new feature called 4K HDR, which Sony has previously stated will allow for higher resolution 4K displays.

While it might be hard to tell with the new consoles, it’ll likely be easier to see what Sony is capable of when the consoles come out this holiday season.