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Interactive Television (ITV):
Interactive television has three basic types: "pay-per-view" involving programs that are independently billed, "near video-on-demand" (NVOD) with groupings of a single film starting at staggered times, and "video-on-demand" (VOD), enabling request for a particular film to start at the exact time of choice. Interactive television offers interactive advertising, home shopping, home banking, e-mail, Internet access, and games.
Internet Protocol Television (IPTV):
Internet protocol television (IPTV) is the process of providing television (video and/or audio) services through the use Internet protocol (IP) networks. These IP networks initiate, process, and receive voice or multimedia communications using IP protocol. These IP systems may be public IP systems (e.g. the Internet), private data systems (e.g. LAN based), or a hybrid of public and private systems.
IPTV testing is the performing of measurements or observations of a device, system or service that provides television service through data networks to validate its successful operation and/or performance.
formerly known as kodi™ Media Center, is an award-winning free and open source cross-platform software media player and entertainment hub for digital media for HTPCs (Home theater PCs). It uses a 10-foot user interface designed to be a media player for the living-room, using a remote control as the primary input device. Its graphical user interface (GUI) allows the user to easily browse and view videos, photos, podcasts, and music from a harddrive, optical disc, local network, and the internet using only a few buttons.
Wireless transmission and reception of video and voice television content to platforms that are either moving or capable of moving. The transmission can be over a dedicated broadcast network or a cellular network
Motion Picture Expert Group (MPEG):
Motion picture experts group (MPEG) standards are digital video encoding processes that coordinate the transmission of multiple forms of media (multimedia). Motion picture experts group (MPEG) is a working committee that defines and develops industry standards for digital video systems. These standards specify the data compression and decompression processes and how they are delivered on digital broadcast systems.
The transmission of more than one digital channel within a single frequency.
Video On Demand (VOD):
A service that provides end users to interactively request and receive video services. These video services are from previously stored media (entertainment movies or education videos) or have a live connection (news events in real time).
Parental control :
A program that allows adults to prevent their children from accessing unwanted Internet information, or businesses to block content based on traffic type. For example, Web access might be allowed, but file transfers may not. (Sources: Termium; PC Mag Encyclopedia)
A technique for transferring data (usually over the Internet) in a continuous flow to allow large multimedia files to be viewed before the entire file has been downloaded to a client's computer. Typically a few seconds of data is sent ahead and buffered in case of network transmission delays. RealMedia, QuickTime and Windows Media are the most common streaming formats.
Web TV :
Watching TV programs on or from the Internet. This sector is growing rapidly as more and more major television broadcasters worldwide transmit their signals over the Internet. Various Web portals offer access to these free signals. Web TV requires only an Internet connection and an Internet-enabled device such as a personal computer (and display), iPod or even a 3G cell phone.
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