ne plus ultra, nec plus ultra -> ό,τι το καλύτερο, η αφρόκρεμα, το αποκορύφωμα
[διαφημιστικό φυλλάδιο DVD players]
"Ces films, des fichiers au format D1, le nec plus ultra de la video, sont contenus dans un PQA, un ordinateur dedie signe Tektronix2, N°1 mondial de la mesure video"
H IATE δίνει NEC-A [Definition the specification for the interface between the centralized base station controller(CBSC)and the mobile switching center(MSC)
], αλλά αναφέρεται σε μετάδοση δεδομένων (;) στην κινητή τηλεφωνία.
Κατά τα άλλα το χάος :-(
P.S> Για το D1 (το οποίο παραμένει ως έχει) από τη Wiki, μήπως και βοηθήσει:
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SMPTE digital VTR video standard, also a Sony and Bosch - BTS product D-1 format was the first major professional digital video format, introduced in 1986 through efforts by SMPTE engineering committees.
D-1 stored uncompressed digitized component video, encoded at Y'CbCr 4:2:2 using the CCIR 601 raster format, along with PCM audio tracks as well as timecode on a 19 mm (3/4") cassette tape. Uncompressed component video used enormous bandwidth for its time, and the composite D-2 system soon followed. The maximum record time on a D-1 tape is 94 minutes.
D-1 was notoriously expensive and the equipment required very large infrastructure changes in facilities which upgraded to this format. Early D-1 operations were plagued with difficulties, though the format quickly stabilized and was renowned for its superlative image quality.
D-1 is still in some usage as of 2003, and many of the technologies introduced with this format are still common to more recent digital videotape formats.
Panasonic's D-5 format has similar specifications, but was introduced much later.
D-1 resolution is 720 × 480 for NTSC systems and 720 × 576 for PAL systems.