Cross-color | Article about cross-color by The Free Dictionary
In color television, the interference in the receiver chrominance channel caused by cross talk from monochrome signals.
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-- 3DY/C separator that accurately separates the luminance and chrominance in NTSC signals to reduce dot-crawl and cross-color
artifacts and enable high-quality video capturing
A precision notch filter helps eliminate cross-color
Separate tracks produce pictures with more detailed chrominance and luminance data, plus eliminate the cross-color
and cross-luminance effects inherent to composite recording.