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video clip

A brief, recorded, viewable file linked to a website or an electronic message used to educate students or to relay visual information, e.g., from real-time ultrasonography or angiography, from one user to another.
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Wenatchee Movie Clips Magazine, a glossy, 16-page, 8 1/2-by-11 direct mail magazine, published six times a year, was distributed to 10,000 mailboxes in the Wenatchee area in mid-October.
The services will include Based sheets Content provided detailed- Scriptwriting development of animated videos for a fun easy transmission of the contents of files,- Determining the level of media and graphic design proposed,- Realization and media coverage of these movie clips,- Flash type menu development and HTML 5 allow you to access a series of clips.
Teaching with movie clips enables students/audiences to grasp concepts, techniques, or historical contexts that have primarily been taught through lectures and textbooks.
Dutch researchers randomly assigned 86 college students to watch movie clips that were selected to make the viewers' moods better, worse, or no different.
The result - achieved through computational models of brain imaging data collected while the subjects watched hours of movie clips - is what researchers call "a continuous semantic space.
The song is accompanied by a video made up of movie clips submitted by fans in mid-skank.
Special animated movie clips will be projected on to the structure, showing fairground attractions like waltzers, carousels and rollercoasters.
Kortum, along with co-author Marc Sullivan of ATnT Labs, showed 100 study participants 180 movie clips encoded at nine different levels, from 550 kilobits per second up to DVD quality.
Ten volunteers were first asked to watch three seven-second movie clips and memorise what they saw.
com is the richest, most robust library of movie clips on the web, featuring more than 12,000 clips from 6 Hollywood studios.
They can also link concepts, passages and chapters to other content, such as movie clips, audio files, diagrams, illustrations and Web sites.
Movie clips, from ``The Incredibles'' to ``The Matrix,'' also are used during Sunday services to bring the gospel home.