An 8-bit codec compression format for sending speech via digital telephone lines; used in North America and Japan. See also a-law.
The surround-sound format incorporating five discrete full-frequency audio channels and one discrete channel for low-frequency enhancement. See also 7.1 and surround sound.
The surround-sound format incorporating seven discrete full-frequency audio channels and one discrete channel for low-frequency enhancement. See also 5.1 and surround sound.
The format used in high-definition video where the camera is substituting for film. The 24 refers to the standard frames-per-second rate; the p stands for progressive.
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