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RDD 26:2015 - MXF OP-1b Specification for AVC with Chunk Audio
2015 Edition, May 6, 2015 - Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers

This RDD provides the specification for implementing an MXF OP-1b file that encapsulates AVC Long GOP and AVC Intra VBR video essence, uncompressed PCM audio essence in chunk, and data essence originally carried in ancillary packets. - This document specifies the structure of the MXF OP-1b file,...

26-1930 - AIEE Automatic Stations
1930 Edition, April 30, 1930 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
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EG 26:1995 - Audio Channel Assignments for Digital Television Tape Recorders with AES/EBU Digital Audio Inputs
1995 Edition, August 10, 1995 - Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers

(1.1) This guideline specifies the allocation of input audio signals to digital audio channels on digital television tape recorders (DTTRs) when the inputs are connected through AES/EBU digital interfaces. (1.2) This guideline also specifies preferred assignments of programs to audio...

ST 26:1995 - For Video Recording — 1-in Helical-Scan Recorders — Raw Stock for Reference Tapes
1995 Edition, February 13, 1995 - Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers

This standard specifies dimensions for the width, thickness, and width deviation of raw tape stock used to record reference tapes for 1-in helical-scan video tape recorders. Conditions before testing and testing environment are also specified.

RDD 6:2008 - For Television — Description and Guide to the Use of the Dolby~ E Audio Metadata Serial Bitstream
2008 Edition, March 12, 2008 - Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers

Dolby Laboratories has developed a serial communication protocol that is used to transfer audio metadata between various products manufactured by Dolby. This document describes the types and function of the various metadata fields carried in the serial bitstream so that others interested in...

RP 6:1994 - Recorded Carrier Frequencies and Preemphasis Characteristics for 2-in Quadruplex Video Magnetic Tape Recording for 525-Line/60-Field Television Systems
1994 Edition, February 28, 1994 - Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers

(1.1) This practice specifies parameters of the recorded information essential to the interchange of 2-in quadruplex video magnetic tape recording of monochrome and NTSC color signals for 525-line/60-field television systems. The parameters include video preemphasis characteristics and recorded...

ST 6:1998 - For Video Recording — 2-in Quadruplex Tape — Video, Audio and Tracking-Control Records
1998 Edition, September 17, 1998 - Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers

This standard specifies both the locations for the edges of the video, audio, and tracking-control records, and the mechanical separation of the simultaneously recorded information of the video and audio records, as recorded at 15 and 7.5 in/s on 2-in quadruplex video magnetic tape.

EG 17:2002 - B-Chain Electroacoustical Response for Preparing Magnetic Masters for Transfer to 16-mm or 35/32-mm Monaural Photographic Film
2002 Edition, July 26, 2002 - Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers

This guideline specifies the electroacoustical frequency response characteristic of the monitor system when making magnetic masters intended for transfer to 16-mm photographic negative tracks.

ST 17:1998 - For Television Analog Recording — 1-in Type B Helical Scan — Frequency Response and Operating Level
1998 Edition, September 1, 1998 - Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers

This standard specifies the frequency response and operating level of recorders and reproducers for audio records for 1-in type B helical-scan video tape recording.

RP 17:1964 - Photographic Recording Technique for Measuring High-Speed Camera Image Unsteadiness
1964 Edition, April 12, 1964 - Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers

(1.1) Specification - This practice specifies a photographic method of recording and measuring high-speed motion-picture image unsteadiness. (1.2) Image-steadiness methods - Existing image-steadiness methods are applicable to professional motion-picture cameras showing vertical...

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