With the milestones of Digital TV and HDTV, there are lots of questions to be asked about television of today... Understanding Digital Television explains complex technical systems and solutions in an easy to comprehend manner along with visual 3D graphics. It helps non-technical individuals such as managers, executives, general media professionals, as well as TV and home cinema enthusiasts gain a practical understanding of the equipment, technical aspects of digital television, and various ways of distributing. Most examples are from a European perspective, but also include comparisons with North American systems. This book answers the confusing questions about new devices and digital formats, what to do when the analog TV transmitters are switched off, watching TV using your broadband connection, and much more.DVD recorders of today only have analog inputs and you have to compress the signals yourself. ... This is very similar to choosing between the short play and long play modes of your old VHS recorder. ... Another important thing is that DVD recorders may support one or two layers. ... The HD-DVD disc can store 15 Gbyte in each layer and Toshiba has announced that they will create discs capable ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Understanding Digital Television|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2012-08-21|