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A Professional DAT for Audio and Video Application
This paper describes a development of professional RDAT. Time code recording is very important for practical applications. After standardization of a time code recording format, RDAT can be widely used as a useful and convenient recording medium in the professional audio field. JVC has developed a professional RDAT that is well suited for audio post production in video post production processes. The main topics discussed in the paper are: time code recording and playback, sampling frequency, system synchronization, and system control.
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