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ingest

(ĭn-jĕst′)
tr.v. in·gested, in·gesting, in·gests
To take into the body by the mouth for digestion or absorption.

in·gest′i·ble adj.
in·ges′tion n.
in·ges′tive adj.
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264/mp4; audio--aac/mp4) before it is uploaded, or alternatively it will be transcoded by Avalon during the ingest process to specifications configured in Matterhorn (see Constituent Parts of Avalon).
The solution allows for simple control of the ingest of live feeds and the import of additional files from ENG operations.
At IBC, MOG will be also showcasing mxfSPEEDRAIL centralized ingest solutions.
Accessing content during ingest is often needed and true shared storage makes this possible--that is, a single, online storage system connected to all ingest, editing and playout devices.
Jonathan Fowler, 36, the father of the boy and a member of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, asked Dimkoff to overturn a previous decision and permit his son to ingest sacramental peyote with him at the Native American Church of the Morning Star.
Akamai's Ingest Acceleration technology is designed to improve the throughput and consistency of live streams between encoders and ingest points while also helping to mitigate the complexities of ingesting content over the open Internet.
com)-- MOG Technologies, a leading provider of MXF and centralized ingest solutions, today announced the launching of a new platform at NAB Show.
Contract notice: Leasing of equipment and furniture delivery technology in the context of the modernization of the central ingest the file of technology infrastructure for ingest and survey the area.
It showed that six of the world's seven species of sea turtles have been found to ingest debris, and all six are listed as globally vulnerable or endangered.
As mushrooms are natural, many people presume that they are safe to ingest, though they have serious risks and consequences.