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freeze frame

a facility on an ultrasound machine which permits an image to be held on a screen.
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First, and arguably the world of film's most famous, is the freeze-frame finale of Francois Truffaut's "The 400 Blows" (1959, which began the "French New Wave" cinema movement).
But it is extremely difficult because you can freeze-frame a shot on TV and see when the ruck has begun, and the player should have his hands off it.
A freeze-frame option lets the user select a preset or pattern and freeze an image on the screen until the pattern is acquired.
These photons provide a freeze-frame image of the sound waves at a particular point in their vibration cycle.
Although the early scenes between Salma (Samia Costandi) and Pierre (Robert Morin) are achingly awkward, the drama of Salma's inner journey gathers a slow and sure momentum, evoked in El-Omari's intelligent sound editing and concentrated in two startling freeze-frame images deployed in the film.
Recognize the stressful feeling and freeze-frame it
There would have been a freeze-frame close-up of the swoosh on his shoe hitting that yob's chest: "Nike .
Freeze-frame television has been selected as the medium of choice by many US corporations.
The new cardiac configuration also enables freeze-frame imaging, Differential Rate K-space Sampling (DRKS), a SPEEDER-compatible, high-resolution, time-resolved MR angiography (MRA) technique with temporal resolution as low as 0.
However, when the freeze-frame on the line was shown it quickly became clear that it was a lot closer than it originally looked and those who'd backed Griffin Point into 1.
Way's other premiere, 24 Exposures, full of postures and poses, set to the unusual classical-bluegrass crossover stylings of Mark O'Connor, Yo-Yo Ma, and Edgar Meyer, also hooked into photography by juxtaposing hyperkineticism with freeze-frame stillness.