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University of HawaiiHonolulu Community CollegeGG101 LabLesson 1 NotesTopographic MoviesHere are some movies that show the relationship between contours and topography.Most of them are more than 1 MB, so if you have a dialup or otherslow link it willtake awhile to download them. You must have Quicktime installed in order to viewthem. You can download Quicktime free for Windows or Mac from Apple at movies are all Copyright 2001 by Stephen J Reynolds and Julia K.Johnson, adapted from the web site at sreynolds/topo_gallery/topo_gallery.htmAll are available as Quicktime movies or as mp4 movies. Quicktime files are largerand take longer to download. The latest version of Quicktime will play mp4 movies,so it is recommended that they be viewed if possible. This animation slowly adds shading to give a 3D perspective to the contours.(6.9 MB)Henry Mountains Peak and ValleysQuicktime (6.9 MB)mp4 (0.3 MB)These two animations begin with a contour map, then tilt and rotate it in 3Dperspective, allowing the relationship between the shape of the contours and thetopography to be compared

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AAC (Advanced Audio Coding)AAC was developed to improve upon the MP3 audio format, and uses a more advanced form of compression. According to some listening tests, AAC files encoded at lower bitrates (like 96 Kbps) sound as good or as better than MP3s encoded at higher bitrates (like 128 Kbps) despite their smaller size. The current version of the AAC codec was developed as part of the MPEG4 standard. Versions of AAC are used by Apple in their popular iTunes Store, as well as Sony in their PlayStation3 game consoles. Files may appear with the .m4a or .mp4 filename extension. Songs with DRM (digital rights management) purchased from the iTunes Store usually have an .m4p extension (with the p at the end to denote protected).AIFF (Audio Interchange File Format)An audio format for Macintosh operating systems commonly used for storing uncompressed, CD-quality sound (similar to WAV files for Windows-based PCs). AIFF is considered a lossless container format.Apple LosslessApple Lossless Encoding (also known as Apple Lossless, Apple Lossless Audio Codec or ALE) is a lossless audio codec developed by Apple Computer to provide full, CD-quality audio in about half the space of the original file.ATRACDeveloped by Sony engineers in the early 90s for the MiniDisc format, ATRAC is a lossy audio codec which offers near-CD sound quality with relatively small file sizes.ATRAC3A later version of the ATRAC format that squeezes music into even smaller files. It was used for music storage in some portable Sony digial music players..ATRAC3plusThe most recent version of the ATRAC codec. ATRAC3plus was found on Sony's Hi-MD portable recorders and offered even better sound quality at lower bitrates than earlier versions.AUAn audio format commonly used for posting sound clips on the Internet. AU files can be played back on Windows, Macintosh, and other operating systems.AVCHDA high-definition digital video format that can record in 1080i and 720p and still maintain a reasonably small file size. AVCHD files are based on the MPEG4 codec. The advent of high-definition (HD) televisions and displays spurred the development of this format, which uses the same resolution as HDTV signals. AVCHD video files can also be burned to Blu-ray Discs, and played in compatible devices, such as Blu-ray Disc players and the Sony PlayStation3.AVI (Audio/Video Interleaved)A file format for storing and playing back movie clips with sound on Windows-based PCs. An AVI file is organized into alternating (interleaved) chunks of audio and video data. AVI is a container format, meaning that it specifies how the data will be organized, but is not itself a form of audio or video compression.AVI is the type of file that's created when DV clips are imported from a digital camcorder to a PC. (These clips are often referred to as DV-AVIs because they contain full-quality digital video content.)BitrateWith audio compression, the average amount of data required to store one second of music (expressed in kilobits per second, or Kbps). Some codecs like MP3, WMA, and AAC allow files to be encoded at different bitrates. Generally, as bitrate decreases, so does the sound quality of the resulting file, as well as the amount of memory required to store it.BMP (Windows Bitmap Image)A standard format used for storing images on Windows-based PCs. BMP images can either be compressed or uncompressed. This type of file also sometimes appears with the .DIB extension.CodecA codec is a way of compressing and decompressing digital files. Each codec uses a slightly different set of algorithms to accomplish this.Container formatA container format is one that holds different kinds of data within its file. Container formats, such as RealAudio and TIFF, are gaining in popularity because of their multimedia applications, as well as their cross-platform compatibility. For example, a single container file can hold chapter information, hyperlinks and subtitles, as well as different kinds of codecs that enable various types of players to read the file.DV (Digital Video)DV is the format used by many digital camcorders, usually on Mini DV cassettes. Though the DV format employs a form of lossy video compression (applied in real-time as you record with your camera), it's still memory-intensive. When transferred to a computer, a DV clip requires roughly 1 GB of storage per 5 minutes of video. (Clips are usually stored on the computer as QuickTime or .AVI files.)Despite its use of compression, DV can provide a clean image with up to 520 lines of resolution. DV uses a type of compression known as intraframe - that is, it encodes video at the full standard frame rate of 30 frames per second. This allows frame-by-frame editing. In contrast, video codecs like MPEG1 or MPEG2 tend to handle a video sequence by reducing the number of full frames per second and encoding the differences between frames, making precise editing more difficult. These are known as interframe forms of compression.DivXDivX was developed by DivX, Inc., to compress a great deal of video content into relatively small files and still retain reasonably good image quality when played back. DivX is based on MPEG-4, and is a popular choice for sending video files over the Internet.GIF (Graphic Interchange Format)A format for storing digital images, commonly used for bullets, icons, and other graphics on the Web. The GIF format is limited to 256 colors, so it's not as commonly used as JPEG for storing digital photos. A single GIF file can combine several frames together for basic animated motion.JPEGNamed after the Joint Photographic Experts Group, JPEG is a lossy codec for storing and transferring full-color digital images that's often used to post photography and artwork on the Web. JPEG compression takes advantage of the human eye's inability to see minute color changes, removing portions of data from the original picture file. When creating a JPEG file, varying amounts of compression can be selected, depending on the desired file size and image quality.A form of this codec known as Motion JPEG is used by some digital cameras and camcorders for storing video clips of relatively small file size. With Motion JPEG, each frame of video is captured separately and reduced in size using JPEG compression.Lossless data compressionAs the name implies, lossless compression retains all of the data of the original file as it's converted to a smaller file size. When a lossless file such as a TIFF is opened, algorithms restore all compressed information, creating a duplicate of the source file. Lossless compression is generally preferred for creating high-quality or professional-grade audio and video files where it's important to retain fine detail.Lossy data compressionWith this kind of compression, some of the source file's information is discarded to conserve space. When the file is decompressed, this information is reconstructed through algorithms, usually resulting in some loss of sound quality or image detail when compared to the original. Generally, the higher the resolution of the compressing file, the less the degradation. An MP3 file with a resolution of 256 Kbps, for example, tends to sound more like the source file than one made at 64 Kbps.MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface)A MIDI file doesn't contain actual audio data, but rather contains commands that let MIDI-capable synthesizers re-create a specific musical passage. The MIDI protocol has been used for years as a way for electronic musical instruments (like digital keyboards and sequencers) to communicate with each other.Computer sound cards typically feature the ability to interpret MIDI files into music. Since they don't actually contain the music itself, but rather the commands used to re-create music, MIDI files are a lot smaller than audio files like MP3s, WMAs, or WAVs. MIDI files are small and manageable enough that it's not uncommon to find them embedded in web pages, adding a sonic element to the surfing experience. They usually appear with the .MID filename extension.MPEGMPEG stands for Moving Picture Experts Group - a committee that sets international standards for the digital encoding of movies and sound. There are several audio/video formats which bear this group's name. In addition to their popularity on the Internet, several MPEG formats are used with different kinds of A/V gear:


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