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raw video

Uncompressed video. Camcorders often capture raw video, which is used while editing; however, raw video is generally compressed significantly via lossy methods for storage and delivery to users. See lossy compression, raw data and RAW image format.
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Although this method enables you to use more advanced debayering before stacking, the option produces color video files that are much larger than a raw video and requires that you have a high-speed camera interface and a fast computer processor with lots of memory.
The Americans then pass the raw video feeds and other real time data to French military and intelligence officers who decide if, how and when to use the information.
This meant that no stars were visible in raw video frames and so it is estimated that, at the time of first detection, the fireball was around magnitude +1.
And if a company needs to research an incident, retailers no longer sift through piles of videotapes and hours of raw video.
Therefore, we follow this brief feature film segment with raw video documentary footage from recent street processions in Chicago.
Reuters picked up the Innovation award for its Reuters Raw Video service.
0 ports, raw video footage can be captured to the notebook's high-capacity hard drive for editing.
In 1999, the duo made a series of highly successful but raw video diaries for television called Ballet Boyz, which showed the nitty-gritty of backstage life.
Underlying the program's simple six-button interface is patent-pending technology that dramatically simplifies the video creation process, enabling anyone to automatically and easily create high quality finished productions from raw video hundreds -- even thousands -- of times faster than any other approach.
Raw video footage of what the camera sees can be viewed on the DavConn web site, www.
Video is less of a problem from the packaging viewpoint because the dime-sized sensors are easily integrated into a vehicle, and current raw video capability is sufficient for its main tasks: the gross recognition of people and objects for collision avoidance, and the "reading" of lane markings needed to alert drivers when they are inadvertently crossing into an adjacent lane.