Originally Posted by Enlightened Hand
The problem is that people think sampling is like putting together a collage of pictures, "snap shots" if you will, and assembling an artificial representation of a waveform. Actually it's taking snapshots enough times per second to be able to reproduce the audible wave.
It's amazing that one high quality digital picture can capture real life in such a beautiful way.
24 pictures/frames a second and the human eye can't even tell its not actual motion,instead of 24 snap shots per second consecutively?!
Blu-ray play at 24 fps with over 2 million pixels,it reaches the highest visibility that the human eyes can manage.
35 mm film exceeds the human eye.
192 khz 24 bit exceeds analog tape and the human ear.
Waves forms are much easier to capture,than life it self in digital photos or video.
Pictures require ccd's,audio require adc's,some are just dinosaurs.
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