video buffer


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video buffer

A reserved section of memory for incoming video frames. A video buffer is used to maintain smooth, continuous viewing when the content is coming from a network. See buffering and adaptive streaming.
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0 video buffer allows users to pause live TV, fast forward or rewind instantaneously.
V-Factor not only can actually account for network impairments such as delay variation and packet loss episodes that impact the video buffer used to restitute a video image but also can account for video impairments coming from the source.
5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Mobile video devices including digital cameras, camera phones and personal media players can run longer using the new TSH122 video buffer IC from STMicroelectronics , one of the world leaders in analog ICs.
30 /PRNewswire/ -- To help manufacturers design energy-efficient consumer electronics, Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) introduced today a flexible four-channel video buffer that consumes 57 percent less power than its closest competitor.
V-Factor, which also includes audio performance assurance, takes into account network impairments such as delay variation and packet loss episodes that impact the video buffer used to restitute a video image as well as image complexity and the type of codec used.
V-Factor takes into account network impairments such as delay variation and packet loss episodes that impact the video buffer used to restitute a video image.
5 /PRNewswire/ -- Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) today announced an ultra-wideband, fixed-gain video buffer amplifier from the company's Burr-Brown product line providing gains of +1, -1 or +2 using internal resistors.
The new chips feature enhanced audio processing, a video buffer and a new powerful speaker driver and follow on from Wolfson's existing range of solutions for this market.