[PD] Colour in Digital Video

vade doktorp at mac.com
Fri Dec 21 21:17:35 CET 2007

On Dec 21, 2007, at 3:04 PM, Mathieu Bouchard wrote:
>> P.S., there was some discussion concerning the difference of human  
>> genetics not being accounted for.
> I only mentioned it briefly and so far you're the first one to  
> actually exchange about it. (I've always found it weird that the  
> word "discussion" is used for something in which there are not  
> already two persons exchanging, but quite a few textbooks use it  
> like that, so...)

Oh Matju - you are so kind. Sometimes you remind me of Malvin from War  
Games - http://youtube.com/watch?v=mNiiBrEHBWA&feature=related

You need a Jim to keep you in line :) (said with love !!)

>> The older broadcast formats for NTSC/PAL and SECAM are not ...  
>> final, per se. There are variants of all of these, and the YUV  
>> components can vary quite differently depending on what version of  
>> NTSC/PAL etc you want to use in what nation/geography.
> I don't think that most of the difference is in genetics of whole  
> populations. It might be plain statistical error due to the sample  
> size or the choice of the sample, or it could be the way to extract  
> a typical measure (mean vs median vs mode), or it could be an  
> instrumentation error (or just a choice in how it should be done, in  
> the case where it's not clear that only one way is not a mistake),  
> for example, filtering out high violet by using the wrong kind of  
> glass (it happened).

Well, either way, the values are different, and im sure different  
methodologies produced the different results, but you cant deny that  
quite a large difference in genetic stock was used :) Anyway, was more  
of an offhand comment for those who may be reading. Thanks,

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> | Mathieu Bouchard - tél:+1.514.383.3801, Montréal QC Canada

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