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Buffer sizes for CD recorders, like minimal memory con gurations for PCs, have risen steadily over the last few years. All CD recorders have some amount of built-in onboard buffer space, generally located on the circuit board that houses the drive electronics. The buffer serves as a storage repository for data being transferred to the laser write head for recording. The buffer compensates for small interruptions in the data ow from computer to CD recorder. As long as data in the buffer does not get drained during the recording process, the recorder can burn a continuous stream of pits into the disc and maintain the absolute integrity of the recording. Clearly, all other factors being equal, a larger buffer provides better insurance against the data being totally emptied from this temporary storage area and the recording being interrupted. Buffer sizes on modern CD-R and CD-RW equipment typically range from 1MB to 4MB. Buffer upgrades can increase the size to as much as 32MB. Manufacturers, attentive to the feedback from those early adopters of recordable CD technology, have moved towards 2MB as the prevailing standard for most equipment. Other factors can in uence the success of the recording process and buffer size alone does not guarantee that data ow can be successfully maintained. For most purposes, look at the buffer size as just one important factor in the suitability of a recorder. Larger is better, but a large buffer alone should not be your sole consideration.
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During their short but proli c history (Zuma Digital has been around since 1997), some valuable DVD development lessons have been learned, as discussed in the following interview with Blaine, the COO and Creative Director of Zuma Digital (www.zumadigital.com), conducted in January, 1999. I understand that Zuma Digital typically handles projects from start to nish, including development, authoring, and premastering Yes. I come from a multimedia background, so when it comes to DVD authoring, we're in a pretty good position to help our clients. Are people using Macromedia Director to author DVD-ROM discs There are a number of Xtras for Director that allow you to incorporate VOB les [Video Object Files], which contain MPEG-2 video and AC-3 audio, into Director. You would need another application to handle your premastering and the creation of a disc image (since Director doesn't have the ability to create a DVD-legal disc image). In reading some background material, I noticed that you also have a background in art. How did you get from there to your current work in DVD At Zuma Digital, we only hire staff members that have background in other areas ne arts, literature, history. I think this kind of background is essential for working in any aspect of multimedia or DVD production. I went to Bennington College in Vermont as a Photography Major and left as a Mathematics, Sculpture, and Philosophy of Science Major. The rst term of my Junior year, the college won a grant. The New Media Center was a consortium of hardware, software, and technology companies who were interested in setting up advanced facilities at colleges and universities. Bennington was the 21st school and the only liberal arts school. The rest were schools like NYU, Columbia, Duke, Stanford. A fellow by the name of Reuben Pentadura from Bennington College was put in charge of running the media center. He was my thesis tutor in chaos theory, thermodynamics, and relativity. I had actually never touched a computer before, but I was very interested from a photography class that we had; my photography professor had shown us how to scan images. He asked me if I wanted to take a job managing it.
For a long time, signaling in circuit-switched networks was such that the signaling related to a particular call followed the same path as the speech for that call. This approach is known as Channel Associated Signaling (CAS), and the technique is still widely deployed today. Examples include the R1 Multifrequency (MF) signaling used in North America and the R2 Multifrequency Compelled (MFC) signaling used in many other countries. Although it is still widely used in circuit-switched networks, CAS is considered old technology. The prevailing technology in newer circuit-switched networks is Common Channel Signaling (CCS). CCS involves the use of a separate transmission path for call signaling compared to the bearer path for the call itself, as shown in Figure 7-1. This separation enables the signaling to be handled in a different manner to the call itself. Specifically, other nodes in the network may analyze the signals and take action based on the content of the signals, without needing to be involved in the bearer path. Furthermore, CCS enables signaling messages to be exchanged in cases where no call is to be established at all. Imagine, for example, dialing a star-code to activate some feature. In such a scenario, the local switch might communicate with a service node to activate the feature in the network without actually establishing a call to the service node. The standard for CCS today is Signaling System 7 (SS7). Various versions of it are deployed all over the world. In fact, SS7 could be considered the ultimate signaling standard in telecommunications. Anyone who wants to implement a circuit-switched network and who does not implement SS7
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