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MPEG

Moving Pictures Experts Group Informatics The standard compression ratio for data transmission and pixels for video files. See Pixel.
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According to the Companies Act, only a company that has been profitable for three years preceding the year in which it has decided to issue DVR shares and which has not defaulted in filing annual accounts and returns for the period can issue such shares.
Like their consumer-grade cousins, surveillance DVRs convert analog television signals (from cameras) into bytes of data which are stored on a computer hard drive as video files.
Analysts think this could be the breakout year for DVRs, heralding a change in television programming, advertising and viewing.
Unlike microcassette recorders, DVRs are lighter and leaner--and offer hours of digital data storage rime without the need to purchase and store numerous cassettes.
The data in table 4 are for a blend of 70% DVR with natural rubber but also including additional carbon black, plasticizers and various curatives.
myDVR Manager allows customers with a Comcast DVR and high-speed Internet service to remotely schedule and adjust their recordings online using Comcast TV Listings.
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As TV providers race to create an increasingly immersive viewing experience for their customers, including HDTV and the introduction of 3D programming, DVR recording space will only become more of a premium," said Mike McCandless, Apricorn's VP of Sales and Marketing.
Seagate's External DVR Hard Drive plugs into the Scientific-Atlanta Explorer 8300 Series DVR.
The DIRECTV([R]) Whole-Home DVR Service Gives Customers the Power to Share Recorded Programs with up to 15 Televisions
The survey also found that satellite customers were almost two times as likely to have a DVR than cable customers (11.
Male DVR owners watch more recorded TV on average than women (2.