compressed video

compressed video

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In addition it offers a 30fp/s imaging speed for the recording of high quality moving pictures and incorporates compressed video on demand functionality.
In addition, there are 12 narrow-band, compressed video channels available for combinations of one- and two-way programming.
To more efficiently use the frequency spectrum, WSU proposed a conversion to compressed video with a digital interconnection.
Other products in the family include the VideoStar HDP-100, a complete HDTV encoder with audio on a single board, the VideoStar QDEC-120, a four-programme decoder with secondary analogue or digital audio, the VideoStar StatMax internal statistical multiplexing feature, and the VideoStar LinkRunner TXA, a broadband video product which transports compressed video over the public network.
Compressed video was phased into the existing satellite telecourse network in August 1992 to allow true interactivity between teachers and students.
Curtis says the test demonstrated that compressed video is not adequate for a generation of students who have grown up with broadcast quality images.
Several competing hardware manufacturers are now promoting their compressed video products for business television networks.
Compressed video uses digital technology to transmit near-full-motion video over fiber optil lines.
It uses bidirectional compressed video signals to deliver classroom instruction between two cities.

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