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movie file

A file that contains full-motion, digital video. See Windows Media, QuickTime, RealVideo and MPEG.
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Electronic vigilantism is no longer a theoretical concern: The technology blog Boing Boing reported last month that data storage manufacturer Western Digital introduced a new network hard drive that could block people from sharing legitimately purchased music or movie files with others.
The man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, also possessed 475 indecent movies of children, more than 5,000 indecent images of children, an extreme pornographic movie file and two extreme pornographic images.
This means that a typical 700MB movie file should take just over a minute to download with LTE-Advanced.
The solution also allows users to capture video recordings of testing sequences and export it to a high quality movie file based on the H.
That would include, the VSDA contends, the copy of a digital movie file "lawfully" recorded on a retailer's computer system after downloading it from a studio.
Marshall, who had no previous convictions, admitted two charges of making an indecent movie file of a child.
Providing consumers with convenience, choice and portability in how they experience filmed entertainment, Digital Copy allows for quick and easy transfer of a digital movie file directly from disc to desktop to portable device.
ATHE quality of the picture you see depends largely on the quality of the movie file itself.
CineLive combines IDC's SuperFlex broadband satellite technology with the SENSIO([R])3D Cinema Decoder technology to create an advanced integrated solution that will do both reliable movie file distribution as well as 2-D and 3-D live streaming delivery.
Buchanan was caught out when he jammed his terminal by trying to download a sickening movie file.
Allow to merge multi chapters into one whole movie file or trim movie segments.
Whiteboard recording with Audio - Create a movie file that plays back all of your handwritten strokes.