MII Format

MII Format
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A second-generation component video format invented by Panasonic for use in videotape recorders. The signal set consists of separate Y, scaled R-Y, and scaled B-Y signals. The M refers to the way in which the tape is routed through the recording mechanism.

Audio and video glossary. 2014.

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