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TAO
Track At Once (When a track, including its pre-gap, is written as a single packet)

TBW
Thermal-Balanced Writing

TCG
 

TDB
Track Descriptor Block

TEb
Tracking Error before recording

 
Telesync
 

The writing process: CD-R
 

The writing process: CD-RW
 

Thermal recalibration
Thermal recalibration is a feature on many high-volume hard disk drives that dynamically adjusts and calibrates read and write operations based on temperature variations. Thermal recalibration cycles in the middle of recording a CD can interrupt and damage the recording

 
Tilt
 

TIME Addressing
 

Time Base Analysis
Jitter

Title Key
A value used during the scrambling process of movie data on DVD media.

 
TNO field
 

TOC
Table of Contents

Topas
 

TPI
Tracks Per Inch

Track
A track is logical sub-division of the media.

Track Access
This is the common method to access 'songs' by track number in CD-Digital Audio. Under the Red Book, a disc can have 99 tracks, and under the Yellow Book, it can have up to 98 tracks of CD-DA tracks (the first track must be Mode 1 data track). Therefore, mixed mode discs implement other access methods.

 
Track Buffer
In the DVD player, the track buffer receives the user bitstream (which fluctuates due to irregular disc access in the program), and releases a smoothed bitstream regulated to a variable MPEG stream (mux_rate from 1 to 10.8 Mbits/sec).

 
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