Citations with the tag: DIGITAL video
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- Divx and the dark side of the CD/online hybrid.
Gustavson, Ron // EMedia Professional; Jan1998, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p50
Focuses on the potential negative impact of the Digital Video Express (Divx), a proposed pay-per-view movie distribution system that uses a triple DES-encrypted digital video disc (DVD) to replace VHS video rentals. Potential impact on the DVD industry; Implications for consumers; Advantage of...
- What fresh hell is Divx?
Parker, Dana J. // EMedia Professional; Jan1998, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p58
Contends that the negative impact of proposed Digital Video Express (Divx) pay-per-view movie distribution system may not be as worse as predicted by digital video disc (DVD) proponents that oppose it. Benefits of Divx for the motion picture industry; Objections aired against Divx; Perception...
- Digital video discs.
Parker, Dana J. // Asian Business Review; Dec96, p14
Reports on the significance of the first sales of Japanese-made digital video discs in November 1996.
- Pay-per-play may give DVD a run for its money.
Parker, Dana J. // Discount Store News; 7/7/97, Vol. 36 Issue 13, p24
The article discusses the sales of digital video disk (DVD) in Los Angeles, California. Effect of DVD rentals on the sales of DVD chain; Problem encountered in promoting DVD; Information on the innovations on DVD developed by High & Seek.
- Improve group delay response in the anti-aliasing filter.
Gray, Nicholas C.; Smith, Terrance // Electronic Design; 05/01/98, Vol. 46 Issue 10, p120
No abstract available.
- Digital video disc revisited.
Griffin, Al // Films in Review; May/Jun96, Vol. 47 Issue 5/6, p75
Focuses on final specifications and implementation of the digital video disc (DVD) format. Projected cost of DVD players; Component video outputs; Significantly increased video and color resolution offered by the medium; Opinions of industry exports on the medium. INSET: DVD chat room..
- Video-conversion techniques ensure a sharper image.
Intihar, Bruce // EDN; 03/13/98, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p97
Looks at various digital video-conversion techniques in relation to the image quality, with reference to deinterlacing techniques. Indepth look at digital video; Benefits of interlacing; Details on video-processing techniques; Problems related to interlaced videos. INSETS: Interlaced video vs...
- Update on digital video production.
Intihar, Bruce // Seybold Report on Desktop Publishing; 7/17/95, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p39
Reports on developments related to digital video production in the United States as of July 17, 1995. Includes Radius' video editing program; ImMix development of digital video products; Data Translation's Media 100 video-editing system.
- Color space issues in digital video.
Whitaker, Jerry // Broadcast Engineering; Dec97, Vol. 39 Issue 14, p16
Focuses on the color space issues in digital videos. Several sources used to generate video; Set of component signals; Variety of line/frame rates and signal formats; Validity of television camera-originated signals; Signal manipulation of processing video in a computer; Separate circuits of an...
- The surprises of the digital age.
McGoldrick, Paul // Broadcast Engineering; Dec97, Vol. 39 Issue 14, p94
Focuses on trends in digital video technology. Advent of color television in Great Britain; Use of off-air receiver as a major source of distortion; Several terrestrial transmission problems; Problems in the broadcasting of digital television (DTV); Increase of commercial pressure on the...
- Industry digitalisation, and Digital-S.
Walton, Dave // TVB Europe; Apr97, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p43
Focuses on the issues associated with the move towards digital videos. Challenges facing analog equipment users with the transition to digital; Digital videotape formats; Determination of the resolution of digital recording by sampling.
- Toshiba gives DVD players to libraries.
Walton, Dave // T H E Journal; Apr98, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p8
Reports on Toshiba America Consumer Products' plan to sponsor a `DVD Community' initiative to bring Digital Video Disc players and movies to public libraries across the United States. Equipment participating libraries will receive; Contact information.
- Tuning video for CD-ROM.
Schwarzbach, Robert; Mott, Harry // Computer Artist; Apr/May95, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p41
Discusses techniques in making a CD-ROM-based QuickTime video. Nonstandard aspect ratios; Video editing; Using the DeBabelizer translator; MovieShop application; Mesh Warp filter; Cinepak compression settings.
- DVD doings, part deux.
Guenette, David R. // CD-ROM Professional; May96, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p16
Focuses on developments concerning the digital videodisc (DVD) market as of May 1996. Toshiba's production system for their TOLD9450MC laser diode; Sanyo Electric Co.'s 635nm semiconductor lasers; Hitachi's DVD application LSI design and development center; Akai's introduction of DVD players;...
- Mo'better CD quality testers.
Guenette, David R. // CD-ROM Professional; May96, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p24
Presents information on several digital videodisc (DVD) testing equipment. Kenwood Corp.'s jitter meter; Integral Vision AID's '96 iNSPECt CE Mark system; Applied Micro Electronics Ltd.'s (AME) CD-Analyzer test and verification system.
- MPEG service: One producer's experience.
Ewald, Chris // CD-ROM Professional; Jul96, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p42
Discusses the author's experience as digital video engineer for Compact Publishing and his experience with a Motion Picture Expert Group (MPEG) service bureau. Lessons learned from working with digital video; Steps in processing MPEG video.
- The delay of DVD.
Parker, Dana J. // CD-ROM Professional; Oct96, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p11
No abstract available.
- Other DVD news: DVD-R, manufacturing, development, titles.
Parker, Dana J. // CD-ROM Professional; Oct96, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p18
No abstract available.
- I want my DVD.
Hogan, Dan // Current Science; 10/3/97, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p8
Presents information on the digital video disk (DVD). Comparison made between the traditional video and the DVD; Example of the DVD's quality; Description of the DVD's capabilities. INSET: How DVD works..
- Training and education.
Hogan, Dan // Lightwave; 3/15/96, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p195
Presents a buyer's guide to training and education companies on high-end video systems. Type; Basics; Design; Maintenance; Troubleshooting; Contact information.
- Try, try again.
Hogan, Dan // Electronic News (10616624); 7/19/93, Vol. 39 Issue 1972, p4
Reports on Digital Video Broadcasting's expectations on the signing of its memorandum of understanding and start high-definition television initiative. Plan to present the work to the European Community Commission.
- TOP DVD RENTALS For week ending August 24.
Hogan, Dan // Daily Variety; 8/29/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 41, p14
Presents a chart on the top DVD rentals in the U.S. for the week ending August 24, 2003.
- DVD awaits corporate support.
DeVoe, Deborah // InfoWorld; 02/03/97, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p19
Forecasts the growth of digital video disk. Advantages of DVD-ROM drives; Impact of the price of the drive and the amount of content available on disc on DVD-ROM growth rate; Rate of growth of DVD-ROM drives in the corporate market.
- Five Japanese companies set to launch DVD.
McClure, Steve // Billboard; 11/02/96, Vol. 108 Issue 44, p8
Reports that five Japanese electronics companies are launching digital video disc (DVD) hardware in the fall of 1996. Toshiba, Matushita, Pioneer, Sanyo, and Hitachi; When Sony is expected to release its DVD hardware; Type of products being introduced; Cost; Response of laserdisc industry to...
- Is DVD future in Dutch?
C.F. // Billboard; 11/02/96, Vol. 108 Issue 44, p62
Discusses digital video disks. How they may make videocassettes, compact discs (CD), and CD-ROMs obsolete; The amount of data that can be stored on the disks.
- DVD brings the theater into your home.
Torres, Giselle // Caribbean Business; 2/19/1998, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p21
Offers information relating to digital versatile disk (DVD), and how it gives customized movie-watching experience. Description of the features of DVD; Details on DVD sound quality; Viewing of DVD movies.
- Innovacom, Electric switch, and technicolor announce DVD...
Parker, Dana J. // EMedia Professional; Jun97, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p14
Presents three companies that announces their plan to release various products for digital video. InnovaCom; Electric Switch; Technicolor.
- Digital video disks.
Parker, Dana J. // Discount Store News; 1/6/97, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p43
Focuses on the clamor for the digital video disk (DVD) technology. Unavailability of the technology in North America; Forecasted date of the launching of the technology; Price set for the first line of DVD products.
- DVD at the Brussels forum: Five months later and major issues still unresolved.
Parker, Dana J. // CD-ROM Professional; Dec96, Vol. 9 Issue 12, p11
Focuses on the DVD Forum in Brussels, Belgium, from September 16 to 17, 1996. Issues on digital video disc which were discussed at the forum; Details on the forum.
- General news.
Parker, Dana J. // PSA Journal; Sep96, Vol. 62 Issue 9, p41
Reports that digital video may soon hit the market. Digital Video Disc (DVD); Digital Video Cassette (DVC).
- As copy issues linger, fall DVD bow looks increasingly unlikely.
Goldstein, Seth // Billboard; 6/01/96, Vol. 108 Issue 22, p3
Reports that the digital video disc (DVD) format is unlikely to be launched in the fall of 1996 in the United States due to unresolved copyright issues. Failure of the Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Association, the Motion Picture Association of America, and the Information Technologies...
- Conflicting crosspoint use.
Goldstein, Seth // Broadcast Engineering; Apr98, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p61
Talks about the use of a digital video router to route analog video signals. Use of analog switchers to pass digital signals; Consideration of the frequency rolloff characteristics of the various pieces; Use of a chassis designed to handle either analog or digital signals.
- Hopes fade for fall launch of DVD.
Goldstein, Seth // Billboard; 7/06/96, Vol. 108 Issue 27, p3
Reports that the snafu over copy protection of digital video disc (DVD) programs and the continued indifference or hostility on the part of Hollywood movie studios appear to have pushed back the format's fall 1996 launch to the first or second quarter of 1997. Details of a meeting of DVD...
- DVD-ROM: CD-ROM on Steroids.
Jacso, Peter // Information Today; Oct97, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p30
Discusses how digital video disc-read only memory (DVD-ROM) can pose a threat to compact disc read only memory (CD-ROM). What DVD was designed to do; Features of DVD-ROM; Differences in the average access time in DVD-ROM and CD-ROM; Explanation of DVD-ROM and CD-ROM; Why DVD-ROM can pose a...
- DVD-ROM and DVD-Video.
Jacso, Peter // Media & Methods; Nov/Dec96, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p47
Discusses the capabilities of digital versatile disc-read-only memory (DVD-ROM) and DVD-Videos. Ability to store large amounts of data; Potential for the educational market; Generation of higher quality sound and pictures; Use of MPEG-2 video compression to store images, sound and information;...
- Controversy: DVD.
Jacso, Peter // PC Week; 7/15/96, Vol. 13 Issue 28, pA3
Focuses on developments concerning digital videodisks. Copyright protection; Business trends; Comments from industry executives.
- The week.
Hajari, Nisid; Purtell, Tim // Entertainment Weekly; 7/26/96, Issue 337, p60
Reviews several multimedia recordings. Includes the Website Rebel Communique, the enhanced compact disc (CD) `Crossroads: Southern Routes; Music of the American South,' and the CD-ROM `Rings: Five Passions in World Art.' INSETS: Cybertalk;Online events.
- DVD: A problem ignored.
Bennett, Hugh // CD-ROM Professional; May96, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p106
Expresses confusion over the backwards compatibility of the new high-density digital videodisc (DVD)/DVD-ROM specification. Use of shorter wavelength laser technology to design DVD systems; Distinction between molded and Compact Disc-Recordable (CD-R) discs; DVD systems' inability to read CD-R...
- DVD-day approaches: Companies refine strategies.
Kroeker, Kirk L. // CD-ROM Professional; Jun96, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p16
Reports on the marketing strategies of digital video discs companies in the United States. Includes Hyundai Digital Media's estimate of the costs of DVD-ROM drives; Philips Electronics' pilot runs of DVD-ROM drives in fall 1996; Alliance between Sonic Solutions, Daikin Industries Ltd. and...
- A very close shave.
Fox, Barry // New Scientist; 07/12/97, Vol. 155 Issue 2090, p10
Reports on technical glitches related to anti-piracy system built into digital-video-disc (DVD) players in Europe. Use of the color stripe system to add stripes on the picture; Sale of the Panasonic DVD players in Europe.
- DVD poised for rapid market penetration.
Fox, Barry // Electronic News (10616624); 1/15/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2099, p44
Asserts that digital video disc (DVD) technology is poised for rapid market penetration when it begins to hit store shelves in third quarter 1996 (3Q96). Touting of digital video disc as the electronic industry's next generation home theater technology; Demonstrations at the 1996 International...
- Telcos, equipment makers wait out the video crunch.
Kopf, David // America's Network; 06/01/96, Vol. 100 Issue 11, p24
Focuses on compressed digital video. Applications; Format and testing standards; Technological developments; Comments from industry executives.
- Who's who in DVD-ROM/MPEG-2 PC upgrades.
Kopf, David // EMedia Professional; Sep98, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p26
Lists several manufacturers of digital video disc upgrade kits and MPEG-2 video cards in the United States. Includes Creative Labs Inc.; ATI Technologies Inc.; Hercules Computer Technology Inc.; Quadrant International Inc.
- Why set-top DVD needs to read CD-R.
Bennett, Hugh // EMedia Professional; Sep98, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p60
Focuses on the need for set-top box manufacturers to produce digital video disc (DVD) devices that can read CD-R discs. Challenges facing anyone wanting to create prototypes or low-runs of DVD discs; Applications for DVD's quality and capabilities; Emergence of the Video compact disc.
- MUSIC DVD.
Bennett, Hugh // Music Week; 5/28/2005, Issue 22, p51
Presents information on several music DVD's released in Great Britain.
- Everything you want to know about desktop video.
Williams, Geoffrey // Technology Connection; Dec95, Vol. 2 Issue 8, p20
Discusses desktop video. History; Use in education; Requirements for desktop video; Role of the time base corrector; Advantages of edit decision list software; Hardware requirements. INSETS: Transmitting live video over the Internet.;Tapeless editing is still slow.;Digital compression for video..
- Digital video goes mainstream.
Abes, Cathy // Macworld; Jun97, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p31
Discusses the plans among several computer workstation developers to market digital-video hardware and software. The influence of technologies like QuickTime, DVD (digital versatile disc) and FireWire; FireWire's real-time data transfer capabilities and connections; Video software; Products...
- U.S. DVD arrival date only as firm as the latest press release.
Goldstein, Seth // Billboard; 11/09/96, Vol. 108 Issue 45, p59
Discusses delays in the release of digital versatile disc (DVD) products in the United States. Conflict between the computer industry and two groups, the Motion Picture Assn. of America (MPAA) and the Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Assn. (CEMA), over the extent of copyright protection;...
- TOP DVD SALES.
Goldstein, Seth // Billboard; 3/22/2003, Vol. 115 Issue 12, p70
Presents a chart of the best-selling DVDs in the United States as of March 22, 2003.
- TOP DVD RENTALS.
Goldstein, Seth // Billboard; 3/22/2003, Vol. 115 Issue 12, p70
Presents a chart of DVDs in terms of number of rentals in the United States as of March 22, 2003.