By Richard W. Kroon
Defining greater than 10,000 phrases and words from daily slang to technical phrases and ideas, this dictionary of the audiovisual language embraces greater than 50 topic components inside of movie, tv, and residential leisure. It contains phrases from the total lifecycle of an audiovisual paintings from preliminary suggestion via advertisement presentation in the entire significant distribution channels together with theatrical exhibition, tv broadcast, domestic leisure, and cellular media. The dictionary definitions are augmented by means of greater than six hundred illustrations, 1,600 etymologies, and approximately 2,000 encyclopedic entries that offer illuminating anecdotes, old viewpoint, and clarifying info that may be neglected via a extra conventional dictionary. utilization notes offer additional suggestions the place phrases can be stressed or are regularly misused.
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1. The amount of time it takes to achieve the required AGC level. 2. The amount of time it takes to recover from AGC. age v. To make something look older or more used than it actually is: Age the new door to match the rest of the building. age and life-cycle segmentation n. See market segmentation. age range; age portrayal range n. See physical age group. agency book; agency talent book n. A collection of head shots and resumes from a talent agency’s represented actors. Also head book. agency card n.
With ADPCM, a sophisticated algorithm is used to predict the next delta value in the sequence. This prediction is compared to the actual value. Then, instead of storing the actual value (which could be a very large number), ADPCM stores the difference between the predicted and actual values (which is generally a much smaller number). Since ADPCM stores smaller numbers than DPCM, the size of the output data stream is also smaller (more compressed). On average, ADPCM achieves a compression ratio of 4:1.
The original red-ﬁltered photograph was projected through a red ﬁlter, etc. The result was a full-color projected image. One of the ﬁrst color motion picture systems used the same method. The camera shot frames through alternating ﬁlters (red, green, and blue) and the resulting print was projected through similarly alternating ﬁlters. This resulted in a full-color image, but the process broke down if the subject moved (color fringing); it also caused eye strain in the viewer (color-bombardment).