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decompress

(dē″kŏm-prĕs′)
1. To pass from a state of stress to tranquillity.
2. To relieve pressure, esp. that produced by air or gas.
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The software then decompresses the information on the fly; this allows our customers to receive all the internet content at incredible speeds with a tremendous savings compared to other High-Speed options.
The codec compresses and decompresses video files to deliver rich, broadcast-quality video at lower transmission speeds, with video images so detailed they create a new standard of excellence in the industry for Pentium-class system users.
The simulation produces a transmission of data, in an advanced compressed, encrypted and "smeared" form, on one computer, and on the other end decompresses, decrypts and "de-smears" the data, after authentication.
Digital Origin's AVA III codec compresses effects, titles and transitions to the DV format and decompresses this entire digital data stream to provide video playback.