Video Engineering / Edition 2by Andrew F. Inglis, Arch C. Luther
Pub. Date: 05/28/1996
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Highlights of this edition of the leading video engineering sourcebook include expanded coverage of non-broadcast applications of video,including computer display systems and multimedia applications. Much of the 1992 edition is heavily updated to reflect the great changes and advances in digital video in the past years. Coverage of digital technology embraces all features used in generation,processing,and storage of video signals. Particular attention is given to pathbreaking HDTV technology broadcasting,as well as users of digital video technology in the generation and display of computer images. Other key sections address fundamentals of both analog and video systems-basic criteria for specifying image quality-and application of colorimetric theory to video systems.
Table of ContentsVideo System Fundamentals.
Color Video Fundamentals.
Introduction to Digital Technology.
Elements of Image Quality.
Analog Video Systems.
Digital Video Systems--HDTV.
Digital Video Systems--Computers.
Professional Video Recorders.
Home and Semiprofessional Video Recorders.
Video Postproduction Systems.
Televison Receivers and Video Monitors.
Digital Video Display Systems.
Interactive Video Systems.
Terrestrial Broadcasting Systems.
Satellite Video Communications.
Fiber-Optic Transmission Systems.
The Future of Video Systems.
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