compressed video

compressed video

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However, the research showed that no difference in academic achievement exists between traditional learning environments and compressed video learning environments (Hagedorn, 2001).
Courses are offered by compressed video and over the web.
OBJECTIVE PICTURE QUALITY ANALYSIS TOOL is designed for those engaged in the delivery of compressed video.
Each square inch of disk space can hold about three hours and 15 minutes of MPEG-2 compressed video, the equivalent of two full-length movies or about 77 hours of MP3 compressed video using lossy-compression techniques.
Because it performs encoding using the local machine CPU, Sorenson Squish enhances the user experience by reducing upload time; only the compressed video file is uploaded, rather than the much larger source file.
Conversely, digitally compressed video transmitted using FDM technology requires only a narrow "slice" of transponder space.
For the first time, low cost consumer cameras with HDMI video connections can move beyond the quality limits of HDV compressed video to a new world of uncompressed editing and design.
Deployment of this system is made possible because of a new technology(A) that we've been testing for about a year that allows compressed video signals to be transmitted over copper telephone lines," Cullen said.
A single 750GB miniStack V2 can be used to store/playback/edit over 55 hours of raw, uncompressed digital video translating to an amazing 320 hours of standard MPEG2 compressed video.
Raytheon will offer these "off-the-shelf" components to other Macrovision-licensed companies who manufacture digital compressed video cable set-top converters and satellite IRDs.
However, compressed video streams such as MPEG are typically not provided at the output of most consumer video devices such as DVD players, set-top boxes and gaming consoles.

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