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AVC

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AVC

AVC

(1) See AVC format.

(2) (Audio Visual Connection) Earlier multimedia software from IBM that worked in conjunction with IBM's Audio Capture and Video Capture boards for the PS/2. It allowed users to integrate sound and pictures into applications and included an authoring language.
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Cwayna said the match showed that AVC still has some things to work on, especially blocking better against a team that hits as well as SBVC.
For more information about MPEG LA's AVC License or to request a copy of the License, please visit http://www.
AVC desperately needs to get its passing game going.
The ATEME MPEG-4 AVC Professional Software Encoder is available to professional end-users, integrators and OEMs.
The team has just five sophomores, only four of whom played for AVC last season.
The Nero Digital AVC Certification is important because it adds sophisticated features to new high definition products," said Ken Lowe, vice president of strategic marketing for Sigma Designs.
AVC is seeking its first conference title since 1993.
The Nero Digital AVC High Profile Certification kit is a powerful tool for CE manufacturers, as it supports both interlaced and progressive formats for SD and HD video on red and blue laser systems," said Tim Windsor, General Manager, Consumer Electronics, Nero AG.
Their ground game was particularly unproductive, with eight AVC rushers combining for just 68 yards.
To have two pitchers of that caliber is really rare,'' AVC coach Cindy Vargas said.
The company's flexible IP multiplexing technology and its next generation MPEG-4 AVC encoders will enable us to build a DTT network with a flexible digital television infrastructure that can support the introduction of increased channels and new video services," says Torkel Aamodt Thoresen, Technical Product Manager at Telenor Satellite Broadcasting.
Over the summer, AVC got the results that would tend to bolster Vargas' assertion, with the addition of three four-year college signings that brought the program's single-season total to four - the most successful from a recruiting standpoint in recent program history.