[tig] Level flashes

Jeff Booth jeff.booth
Thu Apr 29 12:18:28 BST 2004


OFCOM are the regulatory body for UK Broadcasters. There is some info on this link:

http://www.ofcom.org.uk/codes_guidelines/broadcasting/tv/vrs_code_notes/flsh_imgs/?a=87101

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Subject: [tig] Level flashes


thanks to Pat Howley of MTI for supporting the TIG.
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Does anyone know if the FCC has a spec set for scene flashes which could trigger epileptic seizures. If you can respond back, that would be great.
Thanks 
Ken
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