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4:3 -- the aspect ratio for broadcast video [in layman's terms, the format for a normal TV]. it is the ratio of width-to-height of the visible area of the video frame. 4:3 = 1.34
16:9 -- the aspect ratio for widescreen video [in layman's terms, widescreen format]. it is the ratio of width-to-height of the visible area of the video frame. 16:9 = 1.78

AA -- Adobe Audition
AC3 -- a *compressed* audio format used by most DVD authoring programs.
AIFF -- "Audio Interchange File Format" another pure *uncompressed* audio format [Mac platform]. comparable to PCM .wav
ANA(x) -- analog tape which is a copy of unknown generation. notated as with CDR
Anamorphic -- Footage shot in widescreen [16:9] and then squeezed down to 4:3.
APE -- monkey's audio. frontend can also decode SHN monkeysaudio.com
AUD -- [audio] audience recording. Audio captured from the audience, quality ranges from 1/10 to 9.8/10
AUD -- [video] an Audience recording. Video shot from the audience, usually on consumer-level gear.
Audio Bitrates -- [on DVD] general bitrates for "common" audio formats found on DVD: Mbps, kbps, CBR, VBR.
Audio_TS folder -- essential for some players to play a DVD, this folder will be empty [designed for DVD-Audio media]

bump -- used to describe the action of a thread going to the top of the default sort by last post time. this term refers to any post in a thread but can sometimes be as unimaginative as "bump" or "^^^". also sometimes spelt "b-b-b-bump!", etc.
.bup -- a standard DVD file [along with *.ifo & *.vob]
burst -- non-secure EAC mode useful only for the most damaged discs.

CASS(x) -- cassette which is a copy of unknown generation. ANA is sometimes used in the lineage instead of CASS/Cassette if it is uncertain. generation notated as with CDR
CBR -- Constant Bit Rate [a method of encoding]
CDR(x) -- recordable compact disc (not minidisc) which is a copy of unknown generation
CDR(m) -- recordable compact disc (not minidisc) which is the original master
CDR(0) -- recordable compact disc (not minidisc) which is an original and not a copy CDR but not the original medium the recording was made to.
CDR(1) --recordable compact disc (not minidisc) which is a copy of the master. the number increases for each copy removed from the master
CEP -- cool edit pro
CFP -- composite finger print. an st5 checksum of the complete joined wav audio.
DAE -- Digital Audio Extraction. It is the process in which your CD-Rom drive reads the raw audio data off an audio cdr. use EAC secure mode or similar error-correcting cd ripper to avoid glitches in the transfer.
DAT(x) -- digital audio tape which is a copy of unknown generation. notated as with CDR
DAO -- Disc At Once is a method in which CDRs are recorded. The recorder burns the entire disc in one session, keeping the laser on the entire time. This is important because it doesn't introduce any blank gaps into the recording, allowing all tracks to run seamless.
Downloading -- receiving the files from others connected to the torrent
Uploading - sending the files with others connected to the torrent
DSBD -- Digital Soundboard recording
DTS 5.1 Surround -- lossy DVD audio compression scheme
DV -- Digital Video format recorder, used by the majority of consumer & prosumer cameras on the market [aka MiniDV]
DVD(0) -- a DVD burned from the original source footage (a master copy)
DVD(1) -- a first generation copy [copied from a master copy]...DVD(2) and so forth indicates the generation of the copy [NOTE: if a show is traded in data format, no "generational increase" occurs]
DVD-A -- DVD Audio disc lossless. a high quality lossless format with limited hardware support, largely extinct since 2007.
DVD-Video disc -- shows burned in DVD-Video format can be played in a home DVD player, much like a store-bought DVD. A DVD-Video contains an Audio_TS folder & a Video_TS folder [*see Audio_TS and Video_TS]
DVD data disc -- this is a DVDR disc which was burned in data format for trading losslessly. Use in your computer's dvd drive for trading or making a DVD-Video copy to watch. Most home DVD players won't play DVD data discs. A DVD data disc will usually contain a Video_TS folder, an Audio_TS folder, and any additional info texts/artwork/etc. [possibly in an Extras_TS folder]

EAC -- exactaudiocopy.de
Extract -- process of accurately copying lossless data, commonly a Silver/CDR
Extraction -- result of Extract, commonly LPCM WAV
Extras_TS folder -- many times, you might get a DVD show with additional files, such as info texts, artwork, etc... A Extras_TS folder is a good place to store these, as some player can not handle non-"*_TS" files/folders.

Firewalled - when you haven't forwarded your ports, you will be unable to initiate a connection with others (nor can other firewalled peers initiate a connection with you) and therefore reduce the amount of people you may connect to (and therefore get slower speeds)
FLAC -- free lossless audio codec flac.sourceforge.net

HD -- "High Definition" Hi-Def can only be truly HD if shot using a HDCam, edited/authored using HD format, and viewed on a HD compatible TV/Viewer.

.ifo -- a standard DVD file [along with *.vob & *.bup]

Leech -- someone who doesn't have the complete show and is downloading it; sometimes also called a Peer. also (derogatory term) - someone who downloads the show but doesn't bother to then Seed the shows so others can get it
Letterbox -- a method of displaying widescreen [16:9] on a standard TV [4:3]...results in the "black bars" across the top and bottom.
Lossy -- typically mp3 or the like, a process of reducing size by discarding a whole lot of data which is judged psychoacoustically unimportant. used in the 90s to enable reasonable download speed and file size, the trend continues on with 99.9% of radio stations broadcasting Lossy audio.
Lossless -- a 1:1 copy of the source, reduced in filesize using flac or the like yet also 100% recoverable.

kbps -- kilobits per second

Master -- the original media used to capture audio. also (m)
Mbps -- megabits per second
[b].md5[b] -- [checksum] can verify the accuracy of a DVD's files
MD(m) -- MiniDisc master. MiniDisc uses lossy encoding but is generally accepted by most traders. Multiple generations of MD are considered unacceptable. MD recordings made after 2008 no longer allowed at TTD.
MiniDV -- see DV
MPEG -- "Moving Picture Experts Group" a group of compression codecs used for audio and video [*see MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG4]
MPEG-1 -- a *LOSSY* highly compressed video format, usually used for Video CD [VCD] format @ 320x240 frame size
MPEG-2 -- the standard compression used for the DVD video format [the *least lossy* of the video compression codecs]
MPEG-4 -- a *LOSSY* highly compressed video format, usually used for web video, DivX, etc.

NAB -- Not allowed band.
NTSC -- the standardized broadcast format for the U.S./NAmerica: interlaced, 29.97 fps, and a frame size of 720x486 pixels [most consumer dvd players only play one broadcast format...check yer model for details]

Open a Window/Reseed -- when there are no seeds for a show and you want to download it, you ask someone to Open a Window (start the show again in their bittorrent client) or Reseed the show (the show is still on the tracker, ie. the thread is *not* in the Inactive BitTorrent forum)

PAL -- the standardized broadcast format for Europe: interlaced, 25 fps, and a frame size of 720x546 pixels [most consumer dvd players only play one broadcast format...check yer model for details]
PCM .wav -- pure *uncompressed* audio.
Peer -- someone who doesn't have the complete show and is downloading it; sometimes also called a Leech
Port Forwarding -- poking a hole in your firewall to enable you to initiate a connection with others

Reseed Request -- when a torrent is no longer available for download from the tracker (the torrent is in the Inactive BitTorrent forum) and you want someone who has already downloaded the show to put it back on the tracker and make it available for download again, you start a new thread and should put Reseed Request in the title.
Ripping -- extraction of audio from a playable cd or cdr. use EAC secure mode or similar to ensure no errors in the transfer.
ROIO -- Recording of Indeterminate / Independent Origin. also see VOIO.

SACD -- Super Audio CD. a high quality lossless format playable on specialized hardware and also providing a redbook CD layer that can be played like a normal CD.
SBE -- sector boundary error(s). either non-redbook lengths of tracks in a fileset or the much worse "burned in" SBEs resulting from burning and re-extracting a fileset, causing tiny gaps between tracks and little click noise at track change.
SBD -- soundboard recording
SECAM -- the standardized broadcast format for France: similar to PAL w/ 25 fps & a 720x546 frame size [most consumer dvd players only play one broadcast format...check yer model for details]
Seed -- someone who has the complete show and is uploading it to you and others.
[b]Seeds[b] Leeches become Seeds when they have finished downloading the show and they leave their client window open.
Share Ratio -- a ratio of your amount uploaded divided by your amount downloaded. You should try to keep this at 1 or above (meaning you are sharing as much as you received).
SHN -- shorten lossless audio codec
Silvers -- original pressed discs used for most bootlegs
STU -- studio recording
Super Seed - a method of seeding a show faster. Very short explanation - it makes sure the Seeder uploads more data to those that are more willing to share the data. This is a method that should only be used when you are the only seeder for a show.
Swarm -- a term used to talk about all the Seeds and Leechers on a particular torrent

TAO -- a method of burning audio cdr which causes disastrous two-second gaps to be inserted between tracks.
TAO gaps -- also refers to the result of a fileset which has been burned to audio cdr TAO then re-extracted causing the gaps to be "burned in" to the show. with a little skill this is 99% repairable but it is always better to find the original files if possible.
TLH -- trader's little helper. freeware multipurpose audio software for pc users.
Torrent -- the file you download and start in your bittorrent client that enables you to download a show
Tracker -- the website software that keeps track of the seeds and leechers for a particular torrent

VBR -- Variable Bit Rate [a method of encoding]
.vob -- a standard DVD file [along with *.ifo & *.bup]
VHS (M) -- a VHS Master copy.
[b]VHS(1) -- a first generation copy from the master. VHS(2) and so forth indicates generation number [ and subsequent quality loss]
Video_TS folder -- where the DVD files are stored [*.ifo, *.bup, *.vob]
[b]VHS(x) -- an unknown generation copy from a master or not is speculation due to lack of documentation.
Video Bitrates -- generally speaking for DVD: 6 to 9 Mbps is excellent, 4 to 6 Mbps is acceptable, under 4 Mbps is considered low-quality
PRO (Pro-Shot) -- from a professionally shot source [including television, satellite broadcast, etc]
VOIO -- Video of Indeterminate / Independent Origin. also see ROIO.

xACT -- free multipurpose audio software for mac users.

this is just a start this is going to become a monster. please add anything you can think of below and I'll keep updating.

also, if you guys have any ideas for a nicer layout I'm into that too.
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Those are all terms related to Audio shows. We should probably have ones related to video also and probably also bittorrent terms (seeds, leechers, reseed, open window, etc.).

I think about them later and post some.
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cool, thanks. video isn't my strong suit!
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I'll get on the video terms in the next day or so...atleast film school will have paid off for something!
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nice one.

here's a brief addition:

bump - used to describe the action of a thread going to the top of the default sort by last post time. this term refers to any post in a thread but can sometimes be as unimaginative as "bump" or "^^^". also sometimes spelt "b-b-b-bump!", etc.
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^^^i remember the first time i saw "bump" back at STG...had no clue what they meant [thought it was some insider-coke-joke]

random thought...maybe we could enlist some of the regulars to help with the glossary terms...for instance, ffooky & ssamadhi & billster & feralicious are all regularly answering ?s in 'babble [they're the only non-mods i can think of off the top of my head right now]...if a bunch of us were posting terms here, and then one of us can compile/organize for release with the Guide we're working on...just a thought
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that's a great idea. let's get all the obvious ones and a bit then post it out in the main forum. those guys would give some great input and correct mistakes.

lol it took me a long time to figure out the whole bump thing at STG one of my first posts there was something like "can I get a seed please. oh, and I think I'm supposed to say bump".
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here's a few VIDEO terms off the top...i'll post more later:

*ac3 -- a *compressed* audio format used by most DVD authoring programs.
PCM .wav -- pure *uncompressed* audio.
AIFF -- "Audio Interchange File Format" another pure *uncompressed* audio format [Mac platform]. comparable to PCM .wav
*.vob -- a standard DVD file [along with *.ifo & *.bup]
*.ifo -- a standard DVD file [along with *.vob & *.bup]
*.bup -- a standard DVD file [along with *.ifo & *.vob]
*.md5 [checksum] -- can verify the accuracy of a DVD's files
DVD(0) -- a DVD burned from the original source footage (a master copy)
DVD(1) -- a first generation copy [copied from a master copy]...DVD(2) and so forth indicates the generation of the copy [NOTE: if a show is traded in data format, no "generational increase" occurs]
NTSC -- the standardized broadcast format for the U.S./NAmerica: interlaced, 29.97 fps, and a frame size of 720x486 pixels [most consumer dvd players only play one broadcast format...check yer model for details]
PAL -- the standardized broadcast format for Europe: interlaced, 25 fps, and a frame size of 720x546 pixels [most consumer dvd players only play one broadcast format...check yer model for details]
SECAM -- the standardized broadcast format for France: similar to PAL w/ 25 fps & a 720x546 frame size [most consumer dvd players only play one broadcast format...check yer model for details]
4:3 -- the aspect ratio for broadcast video [in layman's terms, the format for a normal TV]. it is the ratio of width-to-height of the visible area of the video frame. 4:3 = 1.34
16:9 -- the aspect ratio for widescreen video [in layman's terms, widescreen format]. it is the ratio of width-to-height of the visible area of the video frame. 16:9 = 1.78
DV -- Digital Video format recorder, used by the majority of consumer & prosumer cameras on the market [aka MiniDV]
Anamorphic -- Footage shot in widescreen [16:9] and then squeezed down to 4:3.
HD -- "High Definition" Hi-Def can only be truly HD if shot using a HDCam, edited/authored using HD format, and viewed on a HD compatible TV/Viewer.
VHS (M) -- a VHS Master copy.
VHS(1) -- a first generation copy from the master. VHS(2) and so forth indicates generation number [ and subsequent quality loss]
MPEG -- "Moving Picture Experts Group" a group of compression codecs used for audio and video [*see MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG4]
MPEG-1 -- a *LOSSY* highly compressed video format, usually used for Video CD [VCD] format @ 320x240 frame size
MPEG-2 -- the standard compression used for the DVD video format [the *least lossy* of the video compression codecs]
MPEG-4 -- a *LOSSY* highly compressed video format, usually used for web video, DivX, etc.
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and a few more...i got the bitrate info from the FinalCutProHD & DVDStudioPro3 manuals [i figure they're pretty accurate]:

DVD-Video disc -- shows burned in DVD-Video format can be played in a home DVD player, much like a store-bought DVD. A DVD-Video contains an Audio_TS folder & a Video_TS folder [*see Audio_TS and Video_TS]
DVD data disc -- this is a DVDR disc which was burned in data format for trading losslessly. Use in your computer's dvd drive for trading or making a DVD-Video copy to watch. Most home DVD players won't play DVD data discs. A DVD data disc will usually contain a Video_TS folder, an Audio_TS folder, and any additional info texts/artwork/etc. [possibly in an Extras_TS folder]
Audio_TS folder -- essential for some players to play a DVD, this folder will be empty [designed for DVD-Audio media]
Video_TS folder -- where the DVD files are stored [*.ifo, *.bup, *.vob]
Extras_TS folder -- many times, you might get a DVD show with additional files, such as info texts, artwork, etc... A Extras_TS folder is a good place to store these, as some player can not handle non-"*_TS" files/folders.
Mbps -- megabits per second
kbps -- kilobits per second
Video Bitrates -- generally speaking for DVD: 6 to 9 Mbps is excellent, 4 to 6 Mbps is acceptable, under 4 Mbps is considered low-quality
Audio Bitrates [on DVD] -- general bitrates for "common" audio formats found on DVD: AC3 Stereo [192 to 224 kbps], AC3 5.1 Surround [384 to 448 kbps], PCM .wav Stereo 16bit48kHz [1536 kbps], PCM .wav Stereo 24bit96kHz [4608 kbps], DTS 5.1 Surround [754 to 1509 kbps]
CBR -- Constant Bit Rate [a method of encoding]
VBR -- Variable Bit Rate [a method of encoding]
PRO (Pro-Shot) -- from a professionally shot source [including television, satellite broadcast, etc]
AUD -- an Audience recording. Video shot from the audience, usually on consumer-level gear.
Letterbox -- a method of displaying widescreen [16:9] on a standard TV [4:3]...results in the "black bars" across the top and bottom.
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How about adding "Lossy" and "Lossless"? The terms are used to describe the different file formats, but people may not know exactly what the difference is.

Also, "Extract" and/or "Extraction"?

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Some BT terms:

Seed - someone who has the complete show and is uploading it to you and others. Leeches become Seeds when they have finished downloading the show and they leave their client window open.
Leech - someone who doesn't have the complete show and is downloading it; sometimes also called a Peer
Leech (derogatory term) - someone who downloads the show but doesn't bother to then Seed the shows so others can get it
Peer - someone who doesn't have the complete show and is downloading it; sometimes also called a Leech
Swarm - a term used to talk about all the Seeds and Leechers on a particular torrent
Torrent - the file you download and start in your bittorrent client that enables you to download a show
Tracker - the website software that keeps track of the seeds and leechers for a particular torrent
Open a Window/Reseed - when there are no seeds for a show and you want to download it, you ask someone to Open a Window (start the show again in their bittorrent client) or Reseed the show (the show is still on the tracker, ie. the thread is *not* in the Inactive BitTorrent forum)
Reseed Request - when a torrent is no longer available for download from the tracker (the torrent is in the Inactive BitTorrent forum) and you want someone who has already downloaded the show to put it back on the tracker and make it available for download again, you start a new thread and should put Reseed Request in the title.
Downloading - receiving the files from others connected to the torrent
Uploading - sending the files with others connected to the torrent
Share Ratio - a ratio of your amount uploaded divided by your amount downloaded. You should try to keep this at 1 or above (meaning you are sharing as much as you received).
Super Seed - a method of seeding a show faster. Very short explanation - it makes sure the Seeder uploads more data to those that are more willing to share the data. This is a method that should only be used when you are the only seeder for a show.
Firewalled - when you haven't forwarded your ports, you will be unable to initiate a connection with others (nor can other firewalled peers initiate a connection with you) and therefore reduce the amount of people you may connect to (and therefore get slower speeds)
Port Forwarding - poking a hole in your firewall to enable you to initiate a connection with others
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heh... zomb beat us to the punch
http://zombtracker.the-zomb.com/foru...c&topicid=1654

what do you guys think of posting this incomplete glossary and asking for input from users? it seemed to work great for them.
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Five--post the Zomb one or the one's above?

either way, sounds good to me...alot of folks have been asking for a noob guide recently...be good if we could get some of it out soon, atleast in re: to the "basics"...
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I was thinking we could scrape together what we've got here & post it up. We can check the zomb list to see if we missed anything really obvious.

I'm in the process of moving, I'll see if I can get to it during one of my "breaks" (or maybe I should say when procrastination kicks in and I still want to be productive).
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sounds good Five...i'm heading outta town later for a few days, but i'll work on it this weekend when when i get back...
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