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  • 07:42, 4 August 2007 ‎PUO (DVD) (hist) ‎[292 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: PUO (Prohibited User Operations) is a feature of DVD (video), where certain user actions are prohibited at certain times. For example, not being able to skip past a copyright message, or n...)
  • 07:41, 4 August 2007 ‎PGC (DVD) (hist) ‎[595 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: PGC (ProGram Chain) is a unit used by DVD (video). A PGC unit represents a single playback item. For example, the main movie on a DVD is a single PGC, and other items on the DVD such as st...)
  • 07:38, 4 August 2007 ‎Cell (DVD) (hist) ‎[377 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: A Cell is a unit used by DVD (video). It is the smallest unit used, and is often used to classify a chapter on a DVD. Category:Glossary)
  • 07:35, 4 August 2007 ‎Quantizer (hist) ‎[192 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: Quantizer is a term used in video compression to denote the compression factor of an image. The higher the quantizer value, the more compression is applied to the image. [[Category:Glossa...)
  • 07:32, 4 August 2007 ‎Open Matte (hist) ‎[652 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: Open Matte is a filming technique whereby a film is shot in full-frame aspect ratio and the widescreen version of the film is created by matting (cutting off) the top and buttom of the pic...)
  • 07:12, 4 August 2007 ‎Pan & Scan (hist) ‎[701 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: Pan & Scan is a video editing technique whereby widescreen movies are turned into full-frame movies by cutting off parts of the left and right of the widescreen picture, and then panning a...)
  • 07:08, 4 August 2007 ‎Audio Normalization (hist) ‎[351 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: Audio Normalization tries to achieve a similar effect to DRC, in that it tries to decrease the range of audio highs and lows, but is not as effective. The volume peak of the soundtrack...)
  • 07:01, 4 August 2007 ‎Multi-pass Encoding (hist) ‎[424 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: Multi-pass encoding is a video encoding technique where the first encoding pass analyzes the video and logs down information which is then used in the second and subsequent passes, to adju...)
  • 15:47, 2 August 2007 ‎Real Media (hist) ‎[2,139 bytes] ‎Lostinlodos (Talk | contribs) (New page: =REAL media = REAL media is a semi-proprietary format used by/for REAL Networks. The original REAL container format (*.REL) was released in conjunction with Prodigy-Online in the late 198...)
  • 08:13, 1 August 2007 ‎Keyframe (hist) ‎[42 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: *Redirect Frame Category:Glossary)
  • 08:01, 1 August 2007 ‎VirtualDub (hist) ‎[1,403 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: VirtualDub Screenshot)
  • 07:42, 1 August 2007 ‎VirtualDub: Any Video to AVI (hist) ‎[1,907 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: VirtualDub supports AviSynth, and so you can use it to easily convert almost any video format to AVI. This short guide shows you how. === Step 1 === We'll need to make an AviSynth scr...)
  • 06:11, 31 July 2007 ‎VirtualDub: Two Pass Encoding (hist) ‎[2,773 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: This short guides shows you how to do 2 or more pass encoding in VirtualDub. === Step 1 === Load in the source video. Configure the audio options as you would normally do. From the "Vide...)
  • 05:50, 30 July 2007 ‎History of AV (hist) ‎[43,386 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: == Introduction: == First of note, the terms disc and disk are interchangeable in general international use, and you may find that liberty taken here. My interest here is, simply put, to...)
  • 12:50, 29 July 2007 ‎1080i/p (hist) ‎[3,824 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: 1080i refers to video containing 1080 horizontal lines of resolution, stored in an interlaced fashion. 1080p refers to the progressive nature of the storage. ==1080i/p Confusion== There ...)
  • 12:31, 29 July 2007 ‎Anamorphic (hist) ‎[1,172 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: Anamorphic is a process by which widescreen movies are stored onto DVDs in a way that maximizes the number of pixels used and the quality of the video. Without an anamorphic transfer...)
  • 12:16, 29 July 2007 ‎FourCC (hist) ‎[341 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: FourCC (Four Character Code) is a coding system that is used to identify the type of video stream. For example, an AVI player will look up the AVI file's FourCC to determine what kind ...)
  • 12:09, 29 July 2007 ‎DRC (hist) ‎[712 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: DRC (Dynamic Range Compression) is an audio manipulation technique. High quality audio, such as those found on DVDs, have great dynamic range. This means the volume lows are very low (...)
  • 12:04, 29 July 2007 ‎Interlaced (hist) ‎[397 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: Interlaced video images are the opposite of progressive video images. When interlaced videos are played back, at any moment, only half of the lines are being shown (a field, for exampl...)
  • 12:01, 29 July 2007 ‎Progressive (hist) ‎[219 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: Progressive video images are the opposite of interlaced video images. When a progressive video is being played back, the entire image is displayed at all times, as opposed to interlace...)
  • 11:59, 29 July 2007 ‎Deinterlace (hist) ‎[113 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: Deinterlacing reproduces a progressive video image based on an interlaced video image. Category:Glossary)
  • 11:57, 29 July 2007 ‎VOB (hist) ‎[607 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: VOB (Video OBject) file are the primary files found on DVDs (video). These files store the actual video, audio and subpicture streams for the DVD. ==See Also== * [[DVD|DVD File Struct...)
  • 11:55, 29 July 2007 ‎IFO (hist) ‎[2,849 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: IFO (InFOrmation) files are part of the DVD (video) file structure. They contain navigational information, such as chapter stops and stream locations. ==See Also== * BUP * VOB...)
  • 11:52, 29 July 2007 ‎BUP (hist) ‎[419 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: BUP (BackUP) files are part of the DVD file structure. They are essential backups of IFO files.)
  • 11:51, 29 July 2007 ‎AC3 (hist) ‎[329 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: AC3 (Audio Coding 3), also commonly referred to as Dolby Digital, is an audio compression format. It is most commongly found on DVDs (all DVDs must have at least one AC3 audio track, a...)
  • 11:47, 29 July 2007 ‎AAC (hist) ‎[433 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: AAC (Advanced Audio Codec) is an audio compression codec. It is dubbed the successor to AC3, and offers several improvements. AAC supports multi-channel audio. It is quite common t...)
  • 12:52, 28 July 2007 ‎XviD (hist) ‎[686 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: XviD is an open-source video compression codec. XviD was developed partly in response to DivX codec, which used work produced by the open-source Project Mayo, but went towards ...)
  • 12:48, 28 July 2007 ‎MPEG-4 ASP (hist) ‎[560 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: MPEG-4 SP/ASP (Simple Profile/Advanced Simple Profile) are profiles within the MPEG-4 Part 2 video compression codec. Simple Profile is aimed at devices that require low bandwidth and pr...)
  • 12:43, 28 July 2007 ‎H.264 (hist) ‎[743 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: H.264, also known as MPEG-4 AVC (Advanced Video Codec), is a next-generation video codec that is designed for both low bandwidth (eg. mobile devies) and high bandwidth (eg. high defini...)
  • 12:37, 28 July 2007 ‎MKV (hist) ‎[1,506 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: MKV (Matroska Multimedia Contrainer) is a container format that is frequently associated with H.264 video. Category:Glossary)
  • 12:35, 28 July 2007 ‎MP4 (hist) ‎[3,889 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: MP4 is a container format that is often associated with H.264 video and AAC audio streams. Category:Glossary)
  • 08:42, 27 July 2007 ‎Uploading an image/file (hist) ‎[409 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: 1. From the "toolbox" on the left hand side, click on the Special:Upload link)
  • 08:14, 27 July 2007 ‎Adding a new glossary term (hist) ‎[1,103 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: 1. If there is already a link to a page that hasn't been created yet, you can click on that link and you will automatically be taken to the editing page. If there is no link, you can creat...)
  • 08:00, 27 July 2007 ‎Telecine (hist) ‎[2,797 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (Redirecting to Frame)
  • 07:04, 27 July 2007 ‎Framerate (hist) ‎[888 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: Videos are made out of frames. In simple terms, each frame is a picture Framerate is a property of video that indicates how many frames the video displays per second. It is denoted in FP...)
  • 06:43, 27 July 2007 ‎DIVX (hist) ‎[781 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: Circuit City's DIVX format (not to be confused with DivX, note different capitalizations) is a defunt format that existed around the time DVDs were first introduced as a competing ...)
  • 06:36, 27 July 2007 ‎Multiplexing (hist) ‎[430 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: Multiplexing (also known as mux) in digital video refers to taking the basic components of a movie, usually an audio track, a video track and possibly subtitle tracks, and then putting the...)
  • 06:33, 27 July 2007 ‎Demultiplexing (hist) ‎[385 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: Demultiplexing (also known as demux) in digital video refers to taking a video file and separating it into its basic components, usually an audio track, a video track and possibly subtitle...)
  • 06:30, 27 July 2007 ‎Compression (hist) ‎[1,293 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: Compression uses mathematic algorithms to store large amounts of digital data in a relatively small amount of space. There are two main kinds of compression, lossy, and loss-less. Loss-les...)
  • 06:29, 27 July 2007 ‎Bitrate (hist) ‎[843 bytes] ‎DVDGuy (Talk | contribs) (New page: Bitrate is the amount of digital data for a specific period of time. It is a property for both digital audio and video. Bitrate can be constant (CBR, every second of video uses up the same...)
  • 05:58, 25 July 2007 ‎DivX (hist) ‎[4,156 bytes] ‎Wikiadmin (Talk | contribs) (New page: The DivX codec is based on MPEG-4 video compression standard, designed primarily for video transfer over low to mid bandwidth networks (eg. Internet, WAP ...). There are in fact 3 major v...)
  • 05:51, 25 July 2007 ‎Container format (hist) ‎[784 bytes] ‎Wikiadmin (Talk | contribs) (New page: An (audio/video) container format is a file format that allows various codecs to be used within the file. AVI, MKV and MP4 are popular container formats. For example, one ...)
  • 05:41, 25 July 2007 ‎AVI (hist) ‎[820 bytes] ‎Wikiadmin (Talk | contribs) (New page: AVI stands for Audio Video Interleave. AVI is a file container format. DivX and XviD are two video codecs that are commongly used in AVI containers. There are several AVI formats ...)
  • 05:37, 25 July 2007 ‎CSS (hist) ‎[178 bytes] ‎Wikiadmin (Talk | contribs) (New page: CSS stands for Content Scrambling System. It was designed to ensure that DVDs cannot be copied digitally. CSS is a relatively weak encryption scheme that has since been cracked left, right...)
  • 05:36, 25 July 2007 ‎CSS Authentication (hist) ‎[223 bytes] ‎Wikiadmin (Talk | contribs) (New page: A step needed before CSS encrypted DVDs can be read. Your DVD player will authenticate any DVD that it tries play. Once authenticated, the authentication will stay for the current Windows ...)
  • 05:35, 25 July 2007 ‎ASF (hist) ‎[327 bytes] ‎Wikiadmin (Talk | contribs) (New page: ASF stands for Advanced Streaming Format. It is a proprietary format developed by Microsoft for video streaming (also available for offline uses). Most ASF files are based on Microsoft...)
  • 05:24, 25 July 2007 ‎Codec (hist) ‎[324 bytes] ‎Wikiadmin (Talk | contribs) (New page: Codec stands for COder/DECoder. It is a small piece of software that allows you to make/play movie/audio compressed in a certain format. MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX ... ar...)
  • 05:17, 25 July 2007 ‎ACM (hist) ‎[160 bytes] ‎Wikiadmin (Talk | contribs) (New page: ACM stands for Audio Compression Manager. ACM codecs are audio codecs that will work in such tools as FlasKMPEG or VirtualDub)
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