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vocabulary boradcasting video

video stamdards a variety of broadcast and video standards, including NTSC, PAL, SECAM, and S-VHS
HD standards a class of STB capable of decoding an HD signal and without a PVR.
fields and frames a frame is one complete scan of a picture. A broad, level, open expanse of land.
interlaced and progressive scanning Bind intricately together; interweave. Each frame of a video image is scanned complete, from top to bottom, not interlaced.
analog and digital signals A person or thing seen as comparable to another. Original information is converted into a string of bits before being transmitted.
component and composite video signals A part or element of a larger whole. The format of an analog television signal before it is combined with a sound signal.
principles of color
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