Definitions for "Full-Motion Video"
Keywords:  fps, ntsc, pal, playback, video
(1) Video playback at 30 frames per second on NTSC signals. (2) A digital video compression technique that operates in real time.
In video conferencing, full motion video means that a video frame rate of 30fps (or Europe's standard of 25fps) exists. In order to attain this frame rate, an Internet connection speed of 384kbps is required.
A standard video signal requiring 6MHz (megahertz) in analog format and 45 Mbps when encoded digitally.
The showing of a series of related digital images at a rate sufficient to give the illusion that objects in the images are moving naturally.
A signal that allows the transmission of the complete action taking place at the origination site.