Yamaha DVD-C996 Owner Manual

GLOSSARY LANGUAGE CODE LIST

GLOSSARY LANGUAGE CODE LIST

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APPENDIX
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GLOSSARY / LANGUAGE CODE LIST
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Title
‘Title is a unit to divide the contents on a DVD disc.
Generally, one title is assigned to one movie. When a disc
has two or more titles, they are numbered in sequence as
title 1, title 2, etc.
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Chapter
A title on a DVD is subdivided into smaller divisions. They
are refered as ‘chapters’ and numbered in sequence. You can
use them to search the desired scene on a movie, etc.
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Track
Tunes (or pictures) recorded on a CD or Video CD are
refered as ‘tracks’. Tracks are numbered in sequence as
track 1, track 2, etc. They are useful for quick search for the
desired tune (or picture).
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Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital is a digital audio format which mainly
provides high-quality multi-channel audio tracks for
movies. It provides up to 6 independent channels compat-
ible with 6 speaker configurations: Left main, right main,
center, left surround, right surround and subwoofer. It stores
a large volume of digital sound signals as data into a DVD,
etc. with a high level data-compression technology.
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DTS
DTS (Digital Theater System) is also a multi-channel digital
audio format, providing 6 channel audio track. DTS encodes
high-quality, 20 bit audio onto a compact disc, and a DVD
with less data-compression.
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Linear PCM
A basic digital audio format used in CDs. It is based on
Pulse Code Modulation (PCM), an analog-to-digital
conversion technology. No compression is applied to the
data.
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MPEG
There are two types of MPEG (Moving Picture Expert
Group) audio format. MPEG 1 is mainly used in Video CDs.
MPEG 2, improved from MPEG 1, provides high-quality
multi-channel audio track up to 8 channels. MPEG 2
technology is mainly used in Europe, Australia, etc.
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Playback control
This function is recorded on a Video CD, version 2.0.
Pictures, music, etc. you want to play can be selected on a
screen menu shown on the video monitor.
Language code list
6565: Afar
6566: Abkhazian
6570: Afrikaans
6577: Ameharic
6582: Arabic
6583: Assamese
6588: Aymara
6590: Azerbaijani
6665: Bashkir
6669: Byelorussian
6671: Bulgarian
6672: Bihari
6678: Bengali; Bangla
6679: Tibetan
6682: Breton
6765: Catalan
6779: Corsican
6783: Czech
6789: Welsh
6865: Danish
6869: German
6890: Bhutani
6976: Greek
6978: English
6979: Esperanto
6983: Spanish
6984: Estonian
6985: Basque
7065: Persian
7073: Finnish
7074: Fiji
7079: Faroese
7082: French
7089: Frisian
7165: Irish
7168: Scots Gaelic
7176: Galician
7178: Guarani
7185: Gujarati
7265: Hausa
7273: Hindi
7282: Croatian
7285: Hungarian
7289: Armenian
7365: Interlingua
7378: Indonesian
7383: Icelandic
7384: Italian
7387: Hebrew
7465: Japanese
7473: Yiddish
7487: Javanese
7565: Georgian
7575: Kazakh
7576: Greenlandic
7577: Cambodian
7578: Kannada
7579: Korean
7583: Kashmiri
7585: Kurdish
7589: Kirghiz
7665: Latin
7678: Lingala
7679: Laotian
7684: Lithuanian
7686: Latvian, Lettish
7771: Malagasy
7773: Maori
7775: Macedonian
7776: Malayalam
7778: Mongolian
7779: Moldavian
7782: Marathi
7783: Malay
7784: Maltese
7789: Burmese
7865: Nauru
7869: Nepali
7876: Dutch
7879: Norwegian
7982: Oriya
8065: Punjabi
8076: Polish
8083: Pashto, Pushto
8084: Portuguese
8185: Quechua
8277: Rhaeto-
Romance
8279: Romanian
8285: Russian
8365: Sanskrit
8368: Sindhi
8372: Serbo-Croatian
8373: Singhalese
8375: Slovak
8376: Slovenian
8377: Samoan
8378: Shona
8379: Somali
8381: Albanian
8382: Serbian
8385: Sundanese
8386: Swedish
8387: Swahili
8465: Tamil
8469: Telugu
8471: Tajik
8472: Thai
8473: Tigrinya
8475: Turkmen
8476: Tagalog
8479: Tonga
8482: Turkish
8484: Tatar
8487: Twi
8575: Ukrainian
8582: Urdu
8590: Uzbek
8673: Vietnamese
8679: Volapük
8779: Wolof
8872: Xhosa
8979: Yoruba
9072: Chinese
9085: Zulu
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