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(adj.) (1) Refers to recording, manipulating, and displaying moving images, especially in a format that can be presented on a television.

(adj.) (2) Refers to displaying images and text on a computer monitor. The video adapter, for example, is responsible for sending signals to the display device.

(n) (1) A recording produced with a video recorder (camcorder) or some other device that captures full motion.



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  C Video-Mail
Home page for Cubic VideoComm Inc., developer of high-fidelity, high-speed video compression technology for computer network applications. Updated on May 23, 1998

  MSD On-line
Electronic companion to Multimedia Systems Design, the magazine for engineers designing audio, video, and graphics technologies for computer and consumer electronic applications. Contains useful articles and buyer's guides for graphics accelerators and MPEGs. Updated on Aug 1, 1998

  Video on the Web
Discusses on-the-fly video delivery and the necessary compromises. Includes links to more information about MPEG and the advantages and disadvantes of streaming video. Updated on Nov 7, 1997

  Video over the Internet
Extensive paper on some of the problems, solutions and technologies, and products associated with streaming video on the Internet.

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