color burst


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color burst

[′kəl·ər ‚bərst]
(electronics)
The portion of the composite color television signal consisting of a few cycles of a sine wave of chrominance subcarrier frequency. Also known as burst; reference burst.
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The work of the Romanian painter Simon Cantemir Hausi seems to have sprouted from a nineteenth-century visual world, or from the early twentieth century, when modern color burst into painting.
Faber-Castell introduces two new specialty pen products designed to bring art and craft projects to life: Color Burst Paint Pens and PITT[R] Artist Pens.
It often seems that a selection of flowers of a certain color burst into bloom all at once.
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All the parameters of the encoded video signal, such as the black level, blanking level and super-white pulse levels in the luminance channel, and the differential gain and color burst amplitude of the chrominance channel, are programmable via the encoder's high speed I2C-bus interface.
Slightly different color bursts but the inlays will be similar.
The former is aptly named as the color bursts onto whatever material you are using and is especially vivid on dark or black paper.
The color bursts from Target's Swell line of soft home goods and, even in the kitchen, specialty chain Williams-Sonoma is offering Easter-appropriate products like mixing bowls, spatulas and KitchenAid stand mixers in a pretty petal pink, among other pastels.