DVI, short for Digital Visual Interface, is a video interface standard used for transferring digital video content from a source device to a display device, such as a computer monitor or a television set. DVI provides a high-quality digital video signal, enabling you to view clear and sharp images on your screen.
DVI uses a 24-pin connector and supports resolutions up to 1920×1200, making it a popular choice for computer users who want to connect their computers to large displays. DVI supports both digital and analog signals, so you can use it with both digital and analog displays.
In addition to its high-quality video capabilities, DVI also supports HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection), which is a digital rights management technology that is designed to prevent unauthorized copying of digital content.