Card Set Information
chapters eight and nine
Hard-disk system that supports high-speed data transfer rates
RAID (Redudant Array of Independent Disks
Television signal format used in US and most countries
NTSC (National Television Standards Committee)
Technique that builds a single frame from two fields to help prevent flicker
keep critical text and graphics inside this on the image
Safe title area
Technique in which playback starts when enough data has transfered to the player's computer
TV signal format used in France, Russia, and few other countries
SECAM (Sequential Color and Memory)
Schemes that compress a video for delivery and then decode it during playback
Interleaving audio and video segments and putting all info in one file (Quicktime movie on CD or website)
Length of time it takes for the CD-ROM player to locate data on the disk
Codec in AVI and Quicktime and is optimized for CD-ROM playback
CCD stands for... (sensor that picks up light)
Monitor output is calibrated to display an image that....
Removing a residual magnetic field that distirts the colors on a TV screen
A video signal transmitted with all the signals mixed together on a single cable
Technique of drawing the lines of an entire frame in a single pass
What is an example of videotape format?
When does generation loss occur?
an analog tape is copied to another analog tape
What does MPEG stand for?
Moving Picture Expert Group
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