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-refers to reducing the quantity of data used to represent [[digital video]] images, and is a combination of spatial image compression and temporal motion compensation. Video compression is an example of the concept of source coding in Information theory. This article deals with its applications: compressed video can effectively reduce the bandwidth required to transmit video via terrestrial broadcast, via cable TV, or via satellite TV services.+'''[[Video compression]]''' refers to reducing the quantity of data used to represent [[digital video]] images, and is a combination of spatial image compression and temporal motion compensation. Video compression is an example of the concept of source coding in Information theory. This article deals with its applications: compressed video can effectively reduce the bandwidth required to transmit video via terrestrial broadcast, via cable TV, or via satellite TV services.
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 +*'''[[1080p/24]]'''
 +*'''[[Aspect Ratio]]'''
 +*'''[[16:9]]'''
 +*'''[[Safe area]]'''
 +*'''[[Television Technical Standards]]'''
 +*'''[[digital television]]'''
 +*'''[[video]]'''
 +*'''[[pixels]]'''
 +*'''[[1080p/24]]'''
 +*'''[[4:3]]'''
 +*'''[[WirelessHD]]'''
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Video compression refers to reducing the quantity of data used to represent digital video images, and is a combination of spatial image compression and temporal motion compensation. Video compression is an example of the concept of source coding in Information theory. This article deals with its applications: compressed video can effectively reduce the bandwidth required to transmit video via terrestrial broadcast, via cable TV, or via satellite TV services.


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