Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol Port. An endpoint of a connection between a client program and a server program, where the port number specifies the type of port it is. For example, port80 is used for HTTP traffic. See also TCP/IP.
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. Networking protocol that delivers flexible, high-speed communications across LANs and the Internet.
Telephony Application Program Interface. A standard that allows personal computers to use serial devices, such as modems.
See System Administrator.
An event that is not associated with a file but is used to control a device or an element, for example, to alter sound volume.
Device or software that is used to compose a musical score, convert it into a MIDI file, and play it back or record it using MIDI instruments. See also MID.
Séquentiel couleur à memoire (sequential colour with memory). Video and broadcasting standard used in France, Eastern Europe, Russia, and most of Asia and Africa. Has the same screen resolution as PAL. See also NTSC.
In sound digitisation, the number of samples taken per second. The more samples there are the greater the quality. See also Sampling precision.
In sound digitisation, the degree of accuracy in measuring fluctuations in amplitude. See also Sampling rate.
Software as a Service. Model used by a company to deploy software to customers across the Internet without needing to install, run and maintain the software on the customer’s computer. signBox.tv is a hosted Saas, which means all the backend functions are managed for you.