K-FACTOR
K-Net
KEY
KEYSTONE EFFECT
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K-FACTOR
A measure of distortion in a processed video signal, which shows on the screen or on the oscilloscope as overshoots and \''ringing\''. Test equipment generates a special signal - a 2T-pulse - in order to measure this distortion. The distortion level is given as a percentage.
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KEY
A control signal that identifies and creates the border of a cutout in a background video image into which another video image is inserted. The key signal can be created and derived from many sources and should be genlocked time-wise to the main and inserted video signals.
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KEYSTONE EFFECT
When an image is projected on a screen at an angle, it takes a trapezoidal form. This distorted image can be electronically corrected, creating a perfect rectangular image. Most video projectors have this feature built-in, correcting even severe angle-projection distortions. Usually some image degradation takes place during processing, but it is hardly apparent if the original distortion was not exaggerated.
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