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Unformatted text preview: and "interlaced scan". 54. What are the main differences between a TV monitor and a computer monitor? 55. Define the following terms in context of video display: (a) Raster scanning (f) Progressive scan (b) Refresh rate (g) Interlaced scan (c) Scanline (h) Vertical blanking interval (d) Field (i) Horizontal blanking interval (e) Aspect ratio 56. Explain the difference between composite video signals and component video signals. Which of the two has better quality? Give one example for each of the following: (a) Analog video using composite video signals (b) Digital video using composite video signals (c) Analog video using component video signals (d) Digital video using component video signals 57. Name the three popular TV broadcasting standards. Describe their characteristic features. 58. What is HDTV? Name two standards that are based on this technology. List out the main characteristic feature of these two standards. 59. What is a video clips library? How does it help in the creation of multimedia applications? 60. Write short notes on: (a) Video display technology (b) Types of video signals (c) Broadcast TV standards (d) HDTV 61. Give some examples of multimedia applications in education. 62. What is a multimedia book? What are its main features? How do these features make it better than a conventional book? 63. What is a digital library? What are it advantages and disadvantages as compared to a conventional library? 64. Explain how is multimedia useful in (a) Better presentation (c) Learning a subject (b) Foreign language learning (d) Employee training 65. What is a virtual classroom? What are it advantages and disadvantage as compared to a conventional classroom? 66. Give some examples of multimedia applications in entertainment. 67. Explain how is multimedia useful in making (a) Video games (c) Animation film (b) Movies (d) Advertisements 68. What is an interactive TV? How is it different from a conventional TV system? 69. What is a video-on-demand system? What are its main components? What is the role of each component in the system? Name some applications of this system. 70. Give some examples of multimedia applications in marketing. 71. What is multimedia catalogue? What are its advantages an...
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