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An MPEG video is, normally a 12 frame sequence, made up of three kinds of encoded picture:

I-Pictures P-Pictures B-Pictures

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1.66:1

VistaVision ct3mod4pg71

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2.35:1

CinemaScope ct3mod4pg71

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2.60:1

Panavision ct3mod4pg71

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2.76:1

Ultra Panavision ct3mod4pg71

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Also known as RCA cables. Typically used for 600 ohm line level audio. Each cable carriers a single analog audio channel,with separate cables used for right and left channels.

Left and Right Stereo cables ct3mod4pg63

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This connection is a 75 ohm rf transport where the standard cable termination is an F-connector

Coaxial Cable ct3mod4pg97

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This connection uses a standard type stereo plug jack, often called an RCA connector.

Composite video connector ct3mod4pg96

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Transforms the way consumers watch television by allowing consumers to watch their home tv on any internet connected PC, Mac, tablet, or smartphone from virtually anywhere

Sling Box ct3mod4pg104

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Ultra-widescreen format (such as How the West was won) whats the aspect ratio?

2.60:1 ct3mod4pg72

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Lag between key press and STB response

Poor RF ct3mod11pg48

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Originally derived from the days of film and motion pictures, it represents a single unique image or picture. The speed at which these pictures are displayed in seconds?

Frame rate ct3mod4pg76

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Tiny dots that convey light and combine to form a video picture?

Pixel ctmod3pg75

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What are the two most important standards when assessing a HDTV system?

1.Scanning rates 2.Aspect ratio (ct.3,pg16)

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