(QCIF), a video format standard used in videoconferencing, that transfers one fourth as much data as Common Intermediate Format (CIF).
QCIF is defined in ITU H.261 as having 144 lines and 176 pixels per line, with half as many chrominance pixels in each direction. QCIF is suitable for videoconferencing systems that use telephone lines. The codec standard specifies that QCIF compatibility is mandatory, and CIF compatibility is optional.
noun 1. (in England, Ireland, and Wales) one of the four days, Lady Day, Midsummer Day, Michaelmas, or Christmas, regarded as marking off the quarters of the year, on which quarterly payments are due, tenancies begin and end, etc. 2. (in Scotland) one of the four days, Candlemas, Whitsunday, Lammas, or Martinmas, regarded as marking […]
[kwawr-ter-dek] /ˈkwɔr tərˌdɛk/ noun, Nautical. 1. the part of a weather deck that runs aft from the midship area or the mainmast to the stern or poop of a vessel. /ˈkwɔːtəˌdɛk/ noun 1. (nautical) the after part of the weather deck of a ship, traditionally the deck on a naval vessel for official or ceremonial […]
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noun 1. a gold coin of the U.S. (issued 1796–1929), one fourth of an eagle.