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Television Production, 16th Edition by Jim Owens

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Glossary

3D: Images that appear to have three dimensions, height, width, and depth.

3D TV: Televisions that are designed specifically for showing 3D programming. Viewers must watch the images through high-precision 3D glasses, which open and close the left and right shutters in synchronization with the alternating images.

4K: Also known as “Ultra High Definition,” “Ultra HD,” or SHV-1, 4K is defined as at least 3,840 horizontal and at least 2,160 vertical pixels, with an aspect ratio of at least 16 × 9.

8K: Also known as “Super Hi-Vision” and SHV-2, 8K is 16 times more detailed than HD, with 33 million pixels compared to HD’s 2 million. The 8K system also has three-dimensional 22.2 surround sound, with three vertical layers of front speakers, ...

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