New Foundations for Video Technology: Proceedings

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780940690509
  • Publisher: Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers
  • Publication date: 2/28/1995
  • Pages: 250

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Video: For Here or To Go? Using Compression and Packetization in Television Production Facilities 1
A Proposal for Compatibly Improving the Scrambling of SMPTE 259 22
The Art of Video Encoding - Optimizing MPEG Video Compression Through Human Assist Methods 34
Switching Facilities in MPEG-2: Necessary But Not Sufficient 44
Video Compression: The Need for Testing 71
An Innovative Approach to MPEG Mastering 86
The SMPTE D-6 Digital Recording Format 92
1280 x 720 Progressive - A Reevaluation 102
Lillehammer '94 in High Definition 105
Wide-Color Gamut System 112
Report on the Technical Tests of the Cinema of the Future 120
Digital to Analog Conversion - Data and Filter Requirements 130
A Proposal for Open Architecture Digital Communication Systems Based on Standard Media Publishing Apertures 138
A Digital Editing Suite in an Analog Environment 150
Mastery Learning as a Foundation for Technical Training 157
A Guided Tour of Colour Space 167
Are RAIDs Redundant? 181
Noncompressed NTSC Digital Video Disk Recorder 188
MPEG Compression of High Frame Rate Progressively Scanned Images 195
Simple Scalable Video Compression Using 3-D Subband Coding 210
ISDB and Its Transmission System 217
Digital Acquisition Without Compromise - The Missing Link 229
New Foundations for Video Technology: Which Ones Do We Build On and Why? 238
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