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squeezed picture or squeezed video Refers to reducing 16:9 picture data horizontally to conform to a 4:3 image size. See anamorphic. SRP Sustained read performance. The highest read/write speed at which an optical disc can be operated. Often read as a multiple: 1X, 2X, 4X, etc. stamping The process of replicating optical discs by injecting liquid plastic into a mold containing a stamper (father or son). Also (inaccurately) called mastering. still In the authoring process, it is a single image not defined as video. In the player, it is a state in which video and graphics are frozen and audio is muted. stop state The condition in which the player is not executing a PlayList (or PGC for DVD). storage media Materials used to store data. STP Surface transfer process. A method of producing dual-layer discs that sputters the reflective (aluminum) layer onto a temporary substrate of PMMA and then transfers the metalized layer to the already-molded layer 0. stream A continuous flow of data, usually digitally encoded, designed to be processed sequentially. Also called a bitstream. STW Sawtooth wobble. A modulation method where the wobble is formed by combining the basic cosine wave and a sine wave of the doubled frequency (second harmonic with a quarter amplitude). BD combines STW and MSK. SubPath An alternative playback sequence for a BD PlayList. There are different types of SubPaths for audio in browsable slideshow, audio in a menu, text subtitles, and various in-mux or out-of-mux presentations. subpicture Graphic bitmap overlays used in DVD-Video to create subtitles, captions, karaoke lyrics, menu highlighting effects, etc. subsampling The process of reducing spatial resolution by taking samples that cover areas larger than the original samples, or the process of reducing temporal resolutions by taking samples that cover more time than the original samples. This is also called downsampling. See chroma subsampling. substrate A thin layer of an optical disc onto which data layers are stamped or deposited. May be clear polycarbonate, or in the case of BD, which doesn t define dual-sided discs, may be an opaque material such as paper. subtitle A textual representation of the spoken audio in a video program. Subtitles are often used with foreign languages and do not serve the same purpose as captions for the hearing impaired. See subpicture. surround sound A multichannel audio system with speakers in front of and behind the listener to create a surrounding envelope of sound and to simulate directional audio sources. SVCD Super Video Compact Disc. MPEG-2 video on CD. Used primarily in Asia. SVGA A video graphics resolution of 800 600 pixels. S-VHS Super VHS (Video Home System). An enhancement of the VHS videotape standard using better recording techniques and Y/C signals. The term S-VHS is often used incorrectly to refer to svideo signals and connectors. s-video A video interface standard that carries separate luma and chroma signals, usually on a fourpin mini-DIN connector. Also called Y/C. The quality of s-video is significantly better than composite video because it does not require a comb filter to separate the signals, but it s not quite as good as component video. Most high-end televisions have s-video inputs. S-video is often erroneously called S-VHS. SXGA A video graphics resolution of 1280 1024 pixels. sync A video signal (or component of a video signal) containing information necessary to synchronize the picture horizontally and vertically. Also, sync is specially formatted data on a disc that helps the readout system identify location and specific data structures.
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