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Tomoyuki Okada, Kazuhiro Tsuga, Hiroshi Hamasaka, Shinichi Saeki: Video data editing apparatus, optical disc for use as a recording medium of a video data editing apparatus, and computer readable recording medium storing an editing program. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack L, November 14, 2000: US06148140 (101 worldwide citation)

One or more video objects are recorded on an optical disc. When a user indicates a linking edit that links sections of the video objects, video object units (VOBUs) that include picture data at the end of a former section and VOBUs that include picture data at the start of a latter section are read ...


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Nakatani Tokuo, Saeki Shinichi, Morita Mitsuaki, Enoki Nobuyuki: Video data editing apparatus and computer-readable recording medium storing an editing program. Matsushita Electric, March 24, 1999: EP0903743-A2 (57 worldwide citation)

During video editing, video data is recorded in continuous areas of at least a predetermined length on an optical disc to ensure that the display of video images is uninterrupted. A first segment, out of a plurality of segments recorded on an optical disc, whose consecutive area on the optical disc ...


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Tokuo Nakatani, Shinichi Saeki, Mitsuaki Morita, Nobuyuki Enoki: Video data editing apparatus and computer-readable recording medium storing an editing program. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack L, December 11, 2001: US06330392 (46 worldwide citation)

During video editing, video data is recorded in continuous areas of at least a predetermined length on an optical disc to ensure that the display of video images is uninterrupted. A first segment, out of a plurality of segments recorded on an optical disc, whose consecutive area on the optical disc ...


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Tomoyuki Okada, Kazuhiro Tsuga, Hiroshi Hamasaka, Shinichi Saeki: Video data editing apparatus, optical disc for use as a recording medium of a video data editing apparatus, and computer-readable recording medium storing an editing program. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack L, July 17, 2001: US06263150 (24 worldwide citation)

One or more video objects are recorded on an optical disc. When a user indicates a linking edit that links sections of the video objects, video object units (VOBUs) that include picture data at the end of a former section and VOBUs that include picture data at the start of a latter section are read ...


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Okada Tomoyuki, Saeki Shinichi, Tsuga Kazuhiro, Hamasaka Hiroshi: Video data editing apparatus, optical disc for use as a recording medium of a video data editing apparatus, and computer-readable recording medium storing an editing program. Matsushita Electric, April 21, 2000: TW388027 (2 worldwide citation)

One or more video objects are recorded on an optical disc. When a user indicates a linking edit that links sections of the video ojects, video object units (VOBU) that include picture data at the end of a former section and VOBU that include picture dat at the start of a latter section are read from ...


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Nakatani Tokuo, Saeki Shinichi, Morita Mitsuaki, Enoki Nobuyuki: Appareil dedition de donnees video et support denregistrement lisible par ordinateur servant a stocker un programme dedition, Video data editing apparatus and computer-readable recording medium storing an editing program. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Matsushita Electric Industrial, RICHES MCKENZIE & HERBERT, June 22, 2004: CA2247629

During video editing, video data is recorded in continuous areas of at least a predetermined length on an optical disc to ensure that the display of video images is uninterrupted. A first segment, out of a plurality of segments recorded on an optical disc, whose consecutive area on the optical disc ...


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Nakatani Tokuo, Saeki Shinichi, Morita Mitsuaki, Enoki Nobuyuki: Video data editing apparatus and computer-readable recording medium storing an editing program. Matsushita Electric Industrial, NAKAJIMA Shiro, March 25, 1999: WO/1999/014756

During video editing, video data is recorded in continuous areas of at least a predetermined length on an optical disc to ensure that the display of video images is uninterrupted. A first segment, out of a plurality of segments recorded on an optical disc, whose consecutive area on the optical disc ...


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Okada Tomoyuki, Tsuga Kazuhiro, Hamasaka Hiroshi, Saeki Shinichi: Video data editing apparatus, optical disc for use as a recording medium of a video data editing apparatus, and computer-readable recording medium storing an editing program. Matsushita Electric Industrial, NAKAJIMA Shiro, March 25, 1999: WO/1999/014757

One or more video objects are recorded on an optical disc. When a user indicates a linking edit that links sections of the video objects, video object units (VOBUs) that include picture data at the end of a former section and VOBUs that include picture data at the start of a latter section are read ...


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Nakatani Tokuo, Saeki Shinichi, Morita Mitsuaki, Enoki Nobuyuki: Video data editing apparatus and computer-readable recording medium storing an editing program. Matsushita Electric Industrial, July 21, 2000: TW399181

During video editing, video data is recorded in continuous areas of at least a predetermined length on an optical disc to ensure that the display of video images is uninterrupted. A first segment, out of a plurality of segments recorded on an optical disc, whose consecutive area on the optical disc ...


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Nakatani Tokuo, Saeki Shinichi, Morita Mitsuaki, Enoki Nobuyuki: Video data editing apparatus and computer-readable recording medium storing an editing program. Matsushita Electric Industrial, November 25, 2000: KR1019997004346

During video editing, video data is recorded in continuous areas of at least a predetermined length on an optical disc to ensure that the display of video images is uninterrupted. A first segment, out of a plurality of segments recorded on an optical disc, whose consecutive area on the optical disc ...



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