What kind of media? MPEG or DVD? :

Their are many kinds of video media, but don't worry we'll explain:

The origins of modern video media are too numerous to go into so were going to simply assume you want to know about the Two main types: Analog and Digital.

Analog Signal:

Digital Signal:

the basic kinds of media we deal with are:

  • VHS:This is analog format and so lower quality then digital, however it is harder to alter. This type can only be played in a VHS player.
  • S-VHS:This is analog format and better quality then VHS, however lower quality then digital, however it is harder to alter. This type can only be played in a S-VHS or VHS player.
  • DVD:Digital Video Disc:This is a digital format,(also called MPEG II) This format is very high quality, but very easy to alter (if copied to the computer's hard drive). This can be either played by a DVD player, DVD-Rom, however it cannot be played on a CD-Rom.
  • MPEG I: This is also a digital format. This can only be played on the computer, and is in a compressed data type, therefore the quality is usually weak. However it is convenient for programs like Sanction, and it also is used when the computer doesn't have a DVD-Rom. This type of data is written only on a CD, not on a DVD.
  • CD: Compact Disc:This is also a digital format. Data This format is very high quality, but very easy to alter, if copied to the computer's hard drive. This is can be played in either a DVD-Rom or a CD-Rom. Higher quality.

 

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