analog video

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analog video

The original video recording method that stores continuous waves of red, green and blue intensities. In analog video, the number of rows is fixed. There are no real columns, and the maximum detail is determined by the frequency response of the analog system.

VHS and Basic Cable
The term is often used to refer to VHS videotapes, non-digital broadcast TV and non-digital cable TV. Contrast with digital video. See analog camera, raster and video format.


Analog Video Connections
Composite, S-Video and component video are the three types of analog video connections found on A/V equipment. For more details, see composite video, S-Video and component video.
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The impact of the downturn was more profound in the analogue video surveillance equipment market than in the network video surveillance market; end-user verticals that are analogue-centric were among the most heavily affected by the downturn.
Wong continues, "the global analogue video surveillance market is forecast to have contracted by more than 5% in 2009, whilst the network video surveillance market grew by more than 18%.
Conversely, the market for analogue video surveillance equipment, with the exception of China, is forecast to recover more slowly and to remain challenging for vendors, particularly as the enterprise market segment continues to transition quickly towards network video surveillance solutions and the low-end market becomes increasingly price competitive.