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Video For other uses, see Video (disambiguation). The video (or video in Spain) is the technology of gathering, recording, processing, storage, transmission and reconstruction in electronic or analog of a sequence of images representing scenes in motion. Etymologically the word video comes from the Latin verb videre, meaning “I see”. Video technology was first developed for television systems, but has been reinforced in many formats to allow video recording of consumers and also the video can be viewed via the Internet. Some countries also named a sound and image recordings on magnetic tape or laser disk (DVD), but with the recent emergence of this term is usually identified with previous recordings on magnetic tape, VHS type.Initially the video signal consists of a number of lines grouped in several categories and these at once divided into two camps carry the information of light and color of the image. The number of lines, boxes and how to carry color information depends on the particular television standard. The amplitude of the video signal is 1Vpp being part of the signal that carries information from the image above 0V sync and below the level of 0V. The positive side can reach 0.7 V for the white level, black corresponds to 0V and the sync pulses are coming to -0.3 V. There are now many different standards, especially in the computing field. Edit

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