Full Motion Video

Equivalent to Broadcast television video with a Frame rate of 30 fps. Images are sent in real time and motion is continuous. Unlike Compressed Video signals (which tend to be blurry), full-motion video refers to high-quality signals, similar to what is received over a television set.

Related Terms
Compressed Video,   Duplex Video,   DVD ROM Digital Video Disc Read Only Memory,   full aperture solar calibrator FAC or FASC,   Full Duplex,   Full Motion Video,   Interactive Video,   INTERACTIVE VIDEO DATA SERVICE IVDS,   INTERACTIVE VIDEO DATA SERVICE IVDS,   Interactive Video Data Service IVDS,  

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