Difference between revisions of "Sega Saturn"

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The Sega Saturn is a video game console developed by [[Sega (Company)|Sega]] and released in 1995. It is [[Compact Disc|CD]]-based and many games for the system featured much [[FMV]]. Sega apparently provided developers with a standard method for encoding and displaying FMV: [[Sega FILM]]. This format used [[Cinepak]] video that was slightly modified to be bitstream-incompatible with standard Cinepak decoder implementations.
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The Sega Saturn is a video game console developed by [[Sega (Company)|Sega]] and released in 1994. It is [[Compact Disc|CD]]-based and many games for the system featured much [[FMV]]. Sega apparently provided developers with a standard method for encoding and displaying FMV: [[Sega FILM]]. This format used [[Cinepak]] video that was slightly modified to be bitstream-incompatible with standard Cinepak decoder implementations.
  
 
Another FMV format that appears on a number of Sega Saturn games is [[Duck TrueMotion 1]] video, and [[Duck DK3 IMA ADPCM|Duck DK3]] and [[Duck DK4 IMA ADPCM|DK4]] IMA ADPCM audio codecs, all packaged in [[AVI]] files.
 
Another FMV format that appears on a number of Sega Saturn games is [[Duck TrueMotion 1]] video, and [[Duck DK3 IMA ADPCM|Duck DK3]] and [[Duck DK4 IMA ADPCM|DK4]] IMA ADPCM audio codecs, all packaged in [[AVI]] files.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:18, 7 May 2006

The Sega Saturn is a video game console developed by Sega and released in 1994. It is CD-based and many games for the system featured much FMV. Sega apparently provided developers with a standard method for encoding and displaying FMV: Sega FILM. This format used Cinepak video that was slightly modified to be bitstream-incompatible with standard Cinepak decoder implementations.

Another FMV format that appears on a number of Sega Saturn games is Duck TrueMotion 1 video, and Duck DK3 and DK4 IMA ADPCM audio codecs, all packaged in AVI files.