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This Blossary defines terms that are used in the OS X Reference Library.Some of these terms are specific to OS X or other Apple products and technologies, while others are commonly used in computer-related endeavors.

Category: Technology

Company: Apple Inc.

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Created by: Karl Schaeffer

Number of Blossarys: 9

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Audio/Video Control. A standard, published by the IEEE, that provides a music and audio device command protocol over FireWire (IEEE 1394) connections.

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An informal name for a token identifier that uses the prefix //apple_ref.

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A digital audio transport standard defined by the Audio Engineering Society, originally published in 1992. Also called the AES/EBU interface. Equivalent to IEC 60958 Part 4. The AES-3 standard ...

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A compressed, lossy, perceptual audio coding format developed by Dolby Laboratories, Inc. Sometimes called Dolby Digital or Dolby Surround AC-3.

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In surround sound and immersive audio, the real or apparent horizontal angle of an audio source referenced to a line drawn from the listener’s head to a point directly ahead of the listener.

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A fill that varies along an axis between two defined end points. All points that lie on a line perpendicular to the axis have the same color value. Also called a linear gradient.

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Describes an encoded audio representation that, while allowing variations in bit rate from frame to frame, maintains a specific average bit rate over a long time interval (typically between 10 and 60 ...

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