[FFmpeg-user] Glossary: d-NTSC & d-PAL

Mark Filipak (ffmpeg) markfilipak at bog.us
Fri Oct 2 01:37:10 EEST 2020

> On 2020-10-01 14:49, Mark Filipak (ffmpeg) wrote:
>> On 10/01/2020 05:13 PM, Mark Filipak (ffmpeg) wrote:
>>> On 10/01/2020 03:21 PM, Jim DeLaHunt wrote >> OK, then I think what you have — what you put in 
>>> your text attachment "d-NTSC & d-PAL .txt" in
>>>> your previous message — is two single-line glossary entries, conjoined with entries from a table 
>>>> mapping H.262 Metadata Values to video types d-NTSC and d-PAL.
>> -snip-
>>> I'll try again.
>> How's this look, Jim? Clear? Or muddled?
>> d-NTSC [noun]: The digital equivalent of NTSC. d-NTSC is distinguished
>>   by a frame having all 8, MPEG-PS binary metadata values below.
>>    'aspect_ratio_information' = 0010              [1]
>>             'frame_rate_code' = 0100              [1]
>> [… snip …]
> It is an improvement that you are now stating the context, "MPEG-PS binary metadata values". You 
> omitted that context before. But you continue to put #2 in the glossary entry, and I continue to be 
> of the opinion that the glossary is the wrong place for the content.   The details of the table 
> formatting of #2 is a side issue in this discussion.

What is #2?

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