EN: Capture rate
Used to describe the number of times per second that a picture is taken or captured in an imaging system. In a progressive system the capture rate is equal to the frame rate. In an interlaced system, the capture rate is double the frame rate because at each capture interval, only one field (a half resolution image) is acquired. It takes two fields to make a complete frame. It is standard practice to refer to the capture rate of an image as well as how it is captured when describing it instead of the frame rate (i.e. 60i (60 captures, 30 frames per second), 30P (30 captures, 30 frames per second) and 60P (60 captures, 60 frames per second) Also see Frame Rate, Interlace Imaging, Progressive Imaging.
Canon glossary us
A term used in digital imaging meaning to photograph. The term is used to differentiate the method by which the image is made. As the word photograph is closely associated to film photography, capturing is applied to specify a digital sensor is used.
Cel Mai folosit cuvant: used | Domeniu Aplicare : Fotografie | Caractere: 204 Cuvinte: 43 | Limba: Engleza | Sursa RadioShak support
The process of recording data, such as an image, video sequence, or audio stream.
Cel Mai folosit cuvant: process | Domeniu Aplicare : Fotografie | Caractere: 64 Cuvinte: 14 | Limba: Engleza | Sursa Forensic Photography glossary