||Sometimes used as an abbreviation that describes FireWire interfaces. This is derived from the IEEE 1394 standard number.
||A semi-professional and professional film format. Low-budget features, TV programs, and news-gathering all used 16mm.
|14 × 9
||A compromised aspect ratio midway between 16 × 9 and 4 × 3 (12 × 9) that fits reasonably well on TV displays of either type.
|16 × 9
||Widescreen TV formats use an aspect ratio of 16 units wide by 9 units high.
||A common abbreviation used to describe film formats that are digitized at 24 frames per second (fps) on a progressively scanned raster.
||An intermediate mobile phone format based on 2G equipment with some basic 3G features introduced ...|
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