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-'''Character generator''', often abbreviated as '''[[CG]]''', is a device or software that produces static or animated text (such as crawls and rolls) for keying into a video stream. Modern character generators are computer-based, and can generate graphics as well as text. (The integrated circuit, usually in the form of a PROM, that decodes a keystroke in a keyboard, and outputs a corresponding character, is also referred to as a "character generator.")+'''Character generator''', often abbreviated as '''[[CG]]''', is a device or software that produces static or animated text (such as crawls and rolls) for keying into a '''[[video]]''' stream. Modern character generators are computer-based, and can generate graphics as well as text. (The integrated circuit, usually in the form of a PROM, that decodes a keystroke in a keyboard, and outputs a corresponding character, is also referred to as a "character generator.")
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 +#see Wikipedia ''Character generator'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Character_generator]
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Character generator, often abbreviated as CG, is a device or software that produces static or animated text (such as crawls and rolls) for keying into a video stream. Modern character generators are computer-based, and can generate graphics as well as text. (The integrated circuit, usually in the form of a PROM, that decodes a keystroke in a keyboard, and outputs a corresponding character, is also referred to as a "character generator.")

Reference

  1. see Wikipedia Character generator [1]

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