Synonyms for pal_ntsc or Related words with pal_ntsc

ntsc_pal              prores              mpeg_aac              pal_secam              dvcpro_hd              svcd              dvcpro              avchd              lpcm              vga_dvi              wxga              fhd              xga              dolby_truehd              hd_sdi              mpx              amr_wb              hdcam              mjpeg              mpeg_avc              svga              dnxhd              digital_betacam              avid_dnxhd              wuxga              apple_prores              betacam_sp              hdmi_dvi              dvi_hdmi              genlock              mpeg_mpeg              qcif              dual_link_dvi              ultrahd              xdcam_ex              chroma_subsampling              amr_nb              sxga              xdcam              quadro_fx_nv_gl              hdc_sd              dvcam              audio_codecs              qhd              qxga              yuv              qvga              toslink              dolby_digital_dts              gb_hdd             

Examples of "pal_ntsc"
The COMX automatically selected operation in PAL or NTSC, this was done via the PAL/NTSC input on the VIS. Also during start-up the system ROM detected PAL/NTSC by checking EF2. EF2 gave PAL/NTSC information before the first pulse on the Q line, after this EF2 was used for keyboard handling.
Device support is automatically detected, but can be disabled manually if needed. PAL/NTSC compatible timing. Fast saver only in the file manager.
Lets you change the console's regional setting and video output format (PAL / NTSC) without flashing the BIOS. The application relies on consoles with a modified motherboard.
The Motorola MC1377P RGB to PAL/NTSC encoder creates a composite video signal from the machine's RGB- and Sync-signals (output by the ASIC) for the RF modulator.
The header supports PAL, NTSC, dual PAL/NTSC and also allows to adjust the playback speed. This playback speed is not meant to be used to adjust the speed of songs in a rip, but to account for various units with a microprocessor speed that is not considered standard, such as many clone Famicom/NES units from China. Be aware that some players do not support the playback speed.
Fast load can be switched off in setup in case of incompatibility (non-1541 as device 8). Minimum interleave is 7, fast saver is only supported in manager, and uses an interleave of 8. PAL/NTSC compatible timing.
The reason IRE is a relative measurement (percent) is because a video signal may be any amplitude. This unit is used in the ITU-R BT.470 which defines PAL, NTSC and SECAM.
The and both used the and supported PAL, NTSC and SVGA displays. They had identical specifications. The used a StrongARM SA-110 200MHz processor. The ARM7500-based DeskLite was launched in 1998.
A lot of cross format television conversion is done offline. There are several DVD packages that offer offline PAL <--> NTSC conversion – including cross conversion (technically MPEG <--> DTV) from the myriad of MPEG based web video formats.
Multiscan monitors appeared during the late 1980s, offering flexibility as computers moved from earlier standards such as PAL, NTSC and CGA to higher scan-rate standards such as EGA, VGA and SVGA. Normally, a different fixed-frequency monitor was required for each of these standards.
Video output was black-and-white, character-based. However, the ZX80 character set included some simple block-based graphics glyphs, allowing crude graphics to be accomplished, with some effort. One advantage to using monochrome video is that different colour broadcast standards (e.g. PAL, NTSC) simply weren't an issue when the system was sold outside the UK.
KWorld develops TV tuners for PAL, NTSC, and SECAM analogue television systems and for DVB-T, DVB-S, ISDB-T, DMB-T/H, ATSC, and IPTV digital television systems. KWorld also develops video capture/editing and audio capture/editing devices for both Macintosh and Microsoft Windows operating systems.
It bases on the Nikon Coolpix P7700, i.e. same lens system, flash socket and the same functionality regarding to the excellent operating modes and connectivity: mini-HDMI, USB-2, PAL/NTSC, remote sensor, external flash and for GPS-devices, among them Nikon GP1 and Dawn di-GPS line.
The following 6502 platforms with a RP2A03/RP2A07 microprocessor including some clone units are compatible with the NSF format and current NSF players. These platforms can be PAL or NTSC or dual PAL/NTSC from any region. There are exceptions to the rule where if any part of a platform that has another microprocessor such as the Zilog Z80 will not be supported.
The parallel version of the ITU-R BT.656 protocol is also used in many TV sets between chips using CMOS logic levels. Typical applications include the interface between a PAL/NTSC decoder chip and a DAC integrated circuit for driving a CRT in a TV set.
The Broadcom Xilleon video processor (previously branded as ATI Xilleon and later AMD Xilleon) is a SoC combining a MIPS 4Kc CPU with ASIC for accelerated video decoding, for use in set-top boxes and digital TVs, providing MPEG2 decoding and other functions for major worldwide broadcast networks (including PAL, NTSC, SECAM and ATSC).
Lightworks is a professional non-linear editing system (NLE) for editing and mastering digital video in various formats, including 2K and 4K resolutions, and television in PAL, NTSC, and high-definition formats. Lightworks was an early developer of computer-based non-linear editing systems, and has been in development since 1989.
The European release was heavily delayed, finally released in September 2004—nine months after Japan and the United States saw its release. Back in March Capcom had given in on securing "Outbreak"s network due to the numerous problems faced with establishing a network in a region simultaneously for dozens of languages, and securing service providers; as well as the usual PAL/NTSC differential.
FreeLoader disables the regional lockout in the GameCube, allowing games from any region (PAL, NTSC, NTSC-J, etc.) to be played on a console from any region. Some Freeloaders are compatible with the Wii, allowing out of region GameCube games on it (later blocked by system updates).
More complex transmissions like PAL/NTSC (TV), DAB (digital radio), DVB-T/DVB-S/DVB-C (digital TV) etc. use a wider frequency bandwidth, often with several subcarriers. These are transmitted inside the receiver as an intermediate frequency (IF). The next step is usually either to process subcarriers like real radio transmissions or to sample the whole bandwidth with A/D at a rate faster than the nyquist rate that is at least the IF frequency.