IEC 61925-2005 pdf – Multimedia systems and equipment – Multimedia home server systems – Vocabulary of home server.
3.1.2 Playback stream commands 18.104.22.168 digest playback playback at a shorter time than that in which the content can be understood NOTE An image of the recorded programme playback at double speed and a voice of the recorded programme playback by regenerating normal speed. 22.214.171.124 fast backward playback backward at higher speed than normal play 126.96.36.199 fast forward playback forward at higher speed than normal play 188.8.131.52 pause pause recording process or playback process 184.108.40.206 repeat playback the same stream or the same scene repeatedly 220.127.116.11 replay jump playback point to the past point that is the fixed time before the present 18.104.22.168 skip jump playback point to the next index point 22.214.171.124 slow backward playback backward at lower speed than normal play 126.96.36.199 slow forward playback forward at lower speed than normal-play 3.1.3 Edit stream commands 188.8.131.52 combine combine two recorded streams into one piece 184.108.40.206 divide divide one recorded stream into two pieces 220.127.116.11 playlist user-edited scenes list NOTE A user can perform simple non-linear video editing, such as rearranging the order of scenes, skipping over unwanted scenes, or copying selections, to create custom playlists of favourite scenes on a disc.
3.1.4 Manage stream commands 18.104.22.168 delete delete a recorded stream from a recording medium 22.214.171.124 dubbing copying a stream that has previously been recorded on a disc to another disc 126.96.36.199 move moving a stream that has previously been recorded on a disc to another disc NOTE In the moving process, the original stream should be deleted. 188.8.131.52 protect protect from deleting a recorded stream by mistake 3.1.5 Show photos commands 184.108.40.206 thumbnail presentation for many reduced photo images on the screen top 220.127.116.11 slide-show presentation for photos in sequence at fixed intervals 3.1.6 Display list commands 18.104.22.168 chapter list list of chapters in a recorded stream on the screen top NOTE A recorded stream consists of one or more chapters. Chapters can be automatically created during stream recording, or a user can create them after stream recording. 22.214.171.124 thumbnail list list of reduced images that represent the scenes of recorded material displayed for selection 126.96.36.199 title list list of recorded TV programme titles on the screen top 3.2 Equipment functions of home server 3.2.1 broadcasting for storage broadcasting for storage of contents on the hard disk; a user can watch the content by playback from the hard disk 3.2.2 chasing playback playback the live programme in progress from any past point while continuing to record the programme
3.2.3 loop recording repeated and uninterrupted recording for a certain fixed period of time NOTE The data is overwritten at the recording start point when the fixed time has elapsed. 3.2.4 multi-scenario contents TV programme which consists of more than one scenario that develops according to the user’s choice 3.2.5 multi-view contents TV programme which consists of more than one video/audio stream NOTE For example baseball = videos from different angles and same audio, or golf = different holes (different video and audio). 3.2.6 playlist playback playback according to the playlist 3.2.7 relief recording recording onto the hard disk if there is not enough disc space in the optical disc NOTE The remaining disc space before recording onto an optical disc is checked, and, if there is not enough disc space, the entire programme gets recorded onto the hard disk. This function also works if you have chosen to record a programme and forgotten to insert a disc. 3.2.8 resource optimized recording recording with the best picture quality possible for the recording time and remaining space on the disc 3.2.9 resume playback start to playback from a previous stop point 3.2.1 0 seamless playback playback two recorded programmes without an interval 3.2.1 1 simultaneous recording and playback recording a programme onto a disc while watching any other programme that has previously been recorded on the same disc 3.2.1 2 skip-back recording recording that begins at a fixed time prior to the recording start operation NOTE This is used for recording what begins immediately before the occurrence of an event. An example of an event is a home run in the baseball game under broadcasting.