Converting Laserdisc Video to Digital Video: A Demonstration Project using Brain Animations
Interactive Laserdiscs Are of Limited Value in Large Group Learning Situations Due to the Expense of Establishing Multiple Workstations. the Authors Implemented an Alternative to Laserdisc Video by using Indexed Digital Video Combined with an Expert System. High-Quality Video Was Captured from a Laserdisc Player and Combined with Waveform Audio into an Audio-Video-Interleave (AVI) File Format in the Microsoft Video-For-Windows Environment (Microsoft Corp., Seattle, WA). with the Use of an Expert System, a Knowledge-Based Computer Program Provided Random Access to These Indexed AVI Files. the Program Can Be Played on Any Multimedia Computer Without the Need for Laserdiscs. This System Offers a High Level of Interactive Video Without the overhead and Cost of a Laserdisc Player.
C. S. Jao et al., "Converting Laserdisc Video to Digital Video: A Demonstration Project using Brain Animations," Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 1 - 3, Oxford University Press, Jan 1995.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1136/jamia.1995.95202544
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