Synonyms for qcif or Related words with qcif

sqcif              qvga              qqvga              hcif              deinterlaced              uhd              subpicture              mjpeg              uyvy              formatqvga              sxga              webp              qsif              theora              sdtv              qxga              svga              wqxga              jpegs              subqcif              framerate              qfhd              pel              xga              prores              frameratelimit              uxga              widescreen              xvid              paletted              hvga              qhd              downscaled              bistream              pict              qsxga              wqvga              xvga              ntsc              letterboxed              megapixels              fhd              formattiff              openexr              qcifs              jpeg              cinepak              codestream              hrlq              codestreams             



Examples of "qcif"
H.263v2 also added support for flexible customized picture formats and custom picture clock frequencies. As noted above, the only picture formats previously supported in H.263 had been Sub-QCIF, QCIF, CIF, 4CIF, and 16CIF, and the only picture clock frequency had been 30000/1001 (approximately 29.97) clock ticks per second.
QCIF means "Quarter CIF". To have one quarter of the area, as "quarter" implies, the height and width of the frame are halved.
Video codec support: MPEG-4, Theora, VP8 and H.264 (with a plugin based on x264), with resolutions from QCIF (176×144) to SVGA (800×600) provided that network bandwidth and CPU power are sufficient.
The phone features industry-standard Bluetooth and IrDA connectivity. The 6265i also has an integrated GPS receiver. The camera has a 2.0 Megapixel resolution and video recording of up to 15 frame/s QCIF resolution. Music support includes MP3, AMR (NB-AMR), AAC, eAAC+, MIDI Tones (poly 64) and MP4. Video supports 3GPP (H.263) and MPEG-4 formats.
The Nokia asha 310’s rear camera video resolution is QCIF (176 × 144) and has a video frame rate of 10 fps (frames per second). One of the features of the video camera is that it gives the user the option of a 4× digital zoom. Supported video recording formats are 3GP/H.263, MP4/MPEG-4.
The video recorder comes by default with QCIF (176 × 144) capability and can record as much video as can be stored on the micro SD card (up to 2 GB). The default h.263 codec format uses approx 1 MB to 1½ MB of memory for each minute of recorded video. The format can be switched to a better MPEG-4 by using service centre software to adjust the internal settings.
The one megapixel camera offers a resolution of 1152x864 pixels, video (QCIF). The night mode on the camera allows you to still take photos in dim light. There is an attached flash with the camera but mainly consists of a light that turns on while the photo is being taken offering help only for targets that are close. There is a small reflective surface next to the lens that acts as a mirror when taking self-photos.
A very basic camera is included for taking quick pictures and videos. The pictures can have a size of up to 0.3 megapixels, while the camcorder is limited to a low QCIF resolution of 176x144 pixels. There is no dedicated camera button, but the camera may be accessed by pressing the right key on the clock screen or by selecting Camera on the main menu. The selection button is used to take pictures or to start and stop video recording.
All H.323 terminals providing video communications shall be capable of encoding and decoding video according to H.261 QCIF. All H.323 terminals shall have an audio codec and shall be capable of encoding and decoding speech according to ITU-T Rec. G.711. All terminals shall be capable of transmitting and receiving A-law and μ-law. Support for other audio and video codecs is optional.
A very basic camera is included for taking pictures and videos. While the pictures can have a size of up to 2 megapixels, the camcorder is limited to a low QCIF resolution of 176x144 pixels. There is no dedicated camera button, but the cameramay be accessed by pressing the fast forward (right) key on the clock screen or by selecting Camera on the main menu. The play (selection) button is used to take pictures, or to start and stop video recording.
The phone features industry-standard Bluetooth and IrDA connectivity. The 6265i also has an integrated GPS receiver. The camera has a 2.0 Megapixel resolution and video capture of up to 15 frame/s QCIF. It has a screen, 262k colors 320x240. Music support includes MP3, AMR (NB-AMR), AAC, eAAC+, MIDI Tones (poly 64) and MP4. Video supports 3GPP (H.263) and MPEG-4 formats.
The video recorder comes by default with QCIF (176 × 144) capability and can record as much video as can be stored on the micro SD card. The default h.263 codec format uses approx 1 MB to 1½ MB of memory for each minute of recorded video. The format can be switched to a better MPEG-4 by using service centre software to adjust the internal settings.
Moreover, the Nokia 7710 also offers multiple-format video recording courtesy of its integrated digital camera, supporting QCIF resolution at 17 frame/s in MPEG4, H.263 and Real Video 8 formats - for which the device also supports full-screen playback at 15 frame/s. Additionally, a music player supports MP3, AAC, RealAudio 7 and 8, WAV, MIDI and AMR formats, whilst picture viewing is also in place with support for JPEG, GIF, WBMP, BMP, MBM and PNG formats.
With firmware version 06.01 and later, Nokia 6300 is capable of playing MPEG-4 (*.mp4) files with a QCIF resolution of 176*144 at 25 frames per second. The phone allows the user to view the video clips in full-screen landscape mode and set the fast-forward/rewind interval from a few seconds to minutes. Improved audio quality for music playback was also noted for this firmware version, thus making the Nokia 6300 a music phone similar to its counterparts, the Nokia XpressMusic. In addition, video clips can replace ringtones so that an actual motion picture is shown while there is an incoming call.
H.261 was originally designed for transmission over ISDN lines on which data rates are multiples of 64 kbit/s. The coding algorithm was designed to be able to operate at video bit rates between 40 kbit/s and 2 Mbit/s. The standard supports two video frame sizes: CIF (352×288 luma with 176×144 chroma) and QCIF (176×144 with 88×72 chroma) using a sampling scheme. It also has a backward-compatible trick for sending still images with 704×576 luma resolution and 352×288 chroma resolution (which was added in a later revision in 1993).
The difference between the two phones is that the K790 supports GSM and EDGE, while the K800 supports UMTS and GSM. As a result, the K800i features a QCIF (176X144) resolution front-mounted camera for 3G video conferencing. According to the official Sony Ericsson specifications (to be found on their website), the K800's talk time drops steeply from around 7 hours when using GSM to about 2 hours 30 minutes whilst using UMTS. A modified version of the K800i, the Sony Ericsson K810i, was released. Its successor is the 5-megapixel Sony Ericsson K850i.
As with many other phones in the C-series, this phone also has several different versions. The C702i is the international version (thus the "i") and it supports GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 and UMTS / HSDPA 2100 network and the C702c (China Mainland version) and C702a (American version) only support GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz. Since the C702i does support 3G (and HSDPA or sometimes called "3G+"), it comes with a QCIF (176X144) resolution front-mounted camera for 3G video conferencing. According to the official Sony Ericsson specifications, the C702's talk time drops steeply from around 6 hours 30 minutes when using GSM to about 2 hours 30 minutes whilst using UMTS.
Video recording is QVGA (320×240) at 30 frames per second. (K800 QCIF (176×144) @ 15 frame/s.) Supports Image and Video Stabilizer so videos and photos taken would be less likely to appear blurred and shaky. There have been major software problems in the past but now have been solved. Moreover, as in most Sony Ericsson phones, the camera software, called camdriver, can be modified to bring new features along with considerable improvement. The line of camdrivers known as Cybershot Xperience, developed by Hasaan Rafique (known online as Witchking) is the most promising as it implements many additional features like Manual Focus, Contrast, Saturation, Colour Balance, ISO, Shutter-speed and so on. It also allows the user to increase the video recording resolution.
The W880 features a 2.0-megapixel camera (without autofocus and flash) and a secondary VGA camera located on the front which can be used for 3G video conferencing. The phone also comes with Walkman Player v2.0, which gives a faster interface with very few differences from the previous version. The phone comes with 16 MB of memory and a 1 GB M2, but can be expanded up to 2 GB via the Memory Stick Micro slot. Other features include photo/video editing, picture blogging, web gallery uploading, QCIF video recording, and 3G data transferring capabilities of up to 384 kbit/s. This model shares all of the features the W850i has except the form factor and the lack of radio and camera light. The phone's CPU is an ARM 9 processor clocked at 206 MHz.
The T650 features a 3.2 megapixel camera (with autofocus & flash) and a secondary VGA camera located on the front which can be used for 3G video conferencing. The phone also features a MP3/AAC music player, a MP4/3GP/3GPP video player, and an FM radio. The phone comes with 16 MB of internal memory and a 256 MB Memory Stick Micro, but can be expanded to 2 GB via the Memory Stick Micro slot. The phone features flash themes which change depending on the time of day. Other features include multitasking, photo/video editing, picture blogging and web gallery uploading, QCIF video recording, stereo Bluetooth, and 3G data transferring capabilities of up to 384 kbit/s.