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PART I THE FOUNDATION OF ANALOG TELEVISION 3
Chapter 1 Elementary knowledge of Television 3
Section 1 Rudimentary knowledge of light 3
Section 2 Foundation of Colorimetry 6
Chapter 2 The Foundation of Analog Television 15
Section 1 Introduction 15
Section 2 Monochrome Television 19
Section 3 Color Television 32
Section 4 DualChannel Television Sound / Stereo and Pretty Sound System 45
PART III PROGRAM MAKING-UP AND BROADCASTING AT TELEVISION CENTER 51
Chapter 1 Outline 51
Chapter 2 Pick- up Technology 52
Section 1 Pick-up Camera 52
Section 2 Studio and Press Program Making -up 62
Section 3 Television Relay 64
Section 4 Camera’s Main Adjustment and Settings 66
Section 5 KeyPoints of Operation of Camera 82
Chapter 3 Video Recording Technology 88
Section 1 Classification of Tape Video Recorder 89
Section 2 Performance of Tape Video Recorder 100
Section 3 Fundamental of Tape Video Recorder 102
Section 4 Digital Tape Video Recorder 104
Section 5 Hard Disk Video Recorder 110
Section 6 Maintenance and Service of TapeVideo Recorder 111
Section 7 Use and Maintenance of Tape 115
Chapter 4 Editing and Making up of Television 117
Section 1 Editing of TV Programs 118
Section 2 An Editing Recorder 119
Section 3 Composite Edition and Inserting Edition 120
Section 4 Dynamic Track Head and Variable –Speed Playback 122
Section 5 Titler 124
Section 6 Switcher andEffect Machine 126
Section 7 Animation Cartoon Working Station 131
Section 8 Non-linear Editor 132
Section 9 Application to Virtual Realistic Technology 135
Chapter 5 Broadcasting of Television 139
Section 1 Synchronizer 139
Section 2 Locking Phase of Multi-Program Source Signals 140
Section 3 Broadcasting Center 141
Section 4 AutomaticBroadcasting System 142
Section 5 Hard Disk Broadcasting System 144
Chapter 6 Network of Broadcast and Television Center 144
Section 1 TV News Network System 145
Section 2 Network System of Making Up of TV Programs 146
Chapter 7 Television Center Measurement 147
Section 1 Quality monitoring for the color-bar signal 147
Section 2 The generation of thecolor bar signal 149
Section 3 Wave form monitoring for the color bar signal 156
Section 4 Vector monitoring for color bar signal 176
Section 5 Picture monitoring of the color bar 187
Section 6 Insertion test line method 189
PART V OUTLINE OF PRODUCING TV SOUND 202
Chapter 1 Devices Used to Produce Sound for TV Program 202
Chapter 2 Sound ProducingTechniques of TV Program 212

PART I THE FOUNDATION OF ANALOG TELEVISION

Chapter 1 Elementary knowledge of Television

Section 1 Rudimentary knowledge of light

People are very familiar with light. It is the nature of human eyes that when opening your eyes the splendid natural world will reflect into your eyes through transmittance of light wave. It is imaginable that the television which weintroduce is composed of both “electricity” and “vision”, further the television should be such a technology that moving image will be transferred by electrical signals in accordance with specific property of visible sensation of human eyes. The procedure of television can be divided into two conversion procedure of “light - electricity” and “electricity - light”: first of all natural scenery will becaught by “electric eyes” (camera) and will be converted into electric signals (finishing the conversion of “light - electricity”, then the electric signals will be transmitted by a certain approach or will be stored by a specific memory, and finally the stored and transmitted electric signals will be reconverted into a light image like the original scenery via displaying device ( finishing the...
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