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software that is available for use at no cost or for an optional fee, but usually with one or more restricted usage rights.
The visual clarity of an image through an optical system, or the process of affecting it.
Nvidia's dedicated H.264, HEVC hardware on the GPU chip that performs video encoding.
Unwanted sound, as opposed to "signal", meaning desired sound, as in "signal-to-noise ratio"
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Video displays or speakers designed for accurate reproduction or monitoring of the source.
The operating system used by Apple's mobile devices such as the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
Secure Digital (SD) non-volatile memory card. Flash-based storage device commonly used in cameras, phones, tablets, etc.
is related to creating and editing podcasts, including equipment, software, and other resources for their production.
kind of like a project manager. His job is to get all the individuals - actors, cameramen, engineers, scriptwriters, etc - to each do their part to achieve the overall goal.
a universal, general interface standard for connecting peripheral devices to PCs.