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is the dimension of width and height, also known as frame size
a) Aspect Ratio b) BNC c) AVI (Audio Video Interleave) d) ATSC (Advanced Television Systems Committee)
set of standards developed for digital television transmission that replaced much of the analog NTSC television system
a) ATSC (Advanced Television Systems Committee) b) SECAM (Sequential Color and Memory) c) PAL (Phase Alternating Line) d) NTSC (National Television System Committee)
developed by Microsoft computers for Window media video player, not good for streaming
a) AVI (Audio Video Interleave) b) MPEG (Motion Picture Experts Group) c) MOV (Movie) d) FLV (Flash Video)
a type of video cable connector commonly used in television production, locks together securely with a ΒΌ turn twist
a) BNC b) S-Video (Separate Video) c) RGB (component) d) Coaxial
S-Video (Separate Video)
a) BNC b) S-Video (Separate Video) c) RGB (component) d) Coaxial
an adjustable opening (aperture), which controls the amount of light coming through the lens (ie. the "exposure")
a) Aspect Ratio b) BNC c) Coaxial d) Iris
the file format used to deliver video over the Internet using Adobe Flash player
a) AVI (Audio Video Interleave) b) MPEG (Motion Picture Experts Group) c) MOV (Movie) d) FLV (Flash Video)
the analog television broadcasting system used in the United States
a) ATSC (Advanced Television Systems Committee) b) SECAM (Sequential Color and Memory) c) PAL (Phase Alternating Line) d) NTSC (National Television System Committee)
the speed at which video frames appear, usually measured in frames per second (fps)
a) Aspect Ratio b) Trim c) RGB (component) d) Frame Rate
uncompressed digital audio/video cable, new standard digital interface cable for consumer electronics
a) BNC b) S-Video (Separate Video) c) HDMI (High-definition multimedia interface) d) Coaxial
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