CGMB113/ CITB 123: MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY. CHAPTER NINE MULTIMEDIA BUILDING BLOCKS V VIDEO. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. Objectives. At the end of this chapter, students should be able to: identify the terms and concept related to video
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MULTIMEDIA BUILDING BLOCKS V
Adapted from Notes Prepared by:
Noor Fardela Zainal Abidin
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At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
PCI Video capture card
With a video-capture card, you can capture analog video from a VCR or camcorder and convert the analog video into a digital format
USB Video capture card
1. RGB signal
2. YUV signal
3. Composite signal
We will look at:
1. Overscan and the safe title area
2. Video color
3. Interlaced and progressive scanning
4. Interlacing effect
1. Shooting platform
3. Blue Screen
The following figure shows frames taken from a video of an actor shot against blue screen on a commercial stage. The blue background was removed from each frame, and the actor himself was turn into a photo-realistic animation that walked and jumped over the computer desktop.
Video places the highest performance demand on the computer and it’s memory compared to all other multimedia elements
For Web Sites
Video is used for practically everything people wish (and would pay) to see, including sci-fi, fantasy, adventure, horror and sex.