output standard

output standard

[′au̇t‚pu̇t ‚stan·dərd]
(astronomy)
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These cameras output standard SMPTE 4:2:2 video signals for use in any production, and in addition output a special 0:4:4 full bandwidth color signal that is combined with the primary output within the Carbonite UltrachromeHR system to generate a full resolution 4:4:4 signal for superior chroma keys.
g) Output of quality assurance in reference to the measures undertaken by a corporation to assume output standard in terms of quality procedures, documentation and quality audit [1].
Mitsubishi Electric completed development of the ML520G51 red laser diode with an optical output standard of 150 mW at 640 nm.
Under Italian law, broadcasters are limited to an output standard of six volts per meter.
Print production has already moved to the desktop over the past 10 years," says Kevin Wandryk, business development director at Adobe Systems, one of the companies that has led the way toward the desktop with its PostScript output standard and popular applications such as Photoshop for image editing and Acrobat for electronic distribution.
Nevertheless, Pinpoint's newsletter demonstrates that fax print quality can come within striking distance of the output standard established by 300 dpi laser printers.
The card allows simulcasting any output standard in any format from any source standard.
By speeding PostScript processing and developing software RIPs, Adobe competitors Hyphen and Harlequin were major forces in the newspaper industry's adoption of Adobe's page description language as an output standard.
Video metadata such as time code, closed captions, and teletext captions can be passed through the module or processed according to the required output standard.