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nonlinear video editing

Editing video in the computer. Also called "nonlinear editing" (NLE), digital nonlinear systems provide high-quality post-production editing on a desktop computer. However, some detail may be lost if lossy compression is used to store the images (see lossy compression).

Prior to editing in the computer, a system using several analog tape decks was considered nonlinear video editing. Editing in digital is considerably easier.

Electronic Publishing
If the video is used for electronic publishing on CDs, DVDs or the Web, after editing, the digital output is converted to any of several digital video formats.

Faster Movie Editing
If the video is a movie that was shot in film (analog), it is converted to digital to save time and money. The digital movie is edited, and when completed, the output is turned into an edit decision list (EDL). The EDL contains analog frame sources and time codes so that the original analog film can be quickly cut and spliced in the editing room, which costs several hundred dollars per hour.

From Analog to Digital to Analog
In order to produce today's graphics-intensive movies, the original analog film may be scanned at high resolution and converted to digital. The enhancements and animations are added to the original scenes in the computer, and the final output is converted back into analog film. This "digital intermediate" method allows myriad special effects to be added that would be extremely time consuming, if not impossible, in the analog domain.

A Wide Range of Prices
Nonlinear editing systems run the gamut from free software that works with video files already in the computer to add-in boards that support a variety of video inputs and outputs to stand-alone systems that cost tens of thousands of dollars. See linear video editing.
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Total food intake after the 3 weeks follow up (A), 24 h food intake immediately after each fasting period (B), changes of body mass (C) and extensor digitorum longus (EDL) muscle mass (D) for control, fasting and fasting + RET experimental groups.
However, it has been demonstrated that FT tendon and/or FT belly are sometimes difficult to separate from the extensor digitorum longus [30].
[12]; 4) Dropped toes caused by laxity of the tendons of the paralysed extensor digitorum longus (1 case) when the ankle once again assumes the right angled position and pull of the tendons of the flexor digitorum longus shortened by the dropped foot position.
The expression levels of Mn-SOD (A), Cu/Zn-SOD (B) ES-SOD (C), and HO-1 (D) proteins in the extensor digitorum longus (EDL) and soleus (SOL) muscles.
It passes deep to the peroneus longus and continues anteroinferiorly between the peroneus longus, peroneus brevis, and extensor digitorum longus before piercing the deep fascia in the distal third of the leg.
We insert one slip into the Extensor Hallucis Longus and the second into the Extensor Digitorum Longus including the peroneus tertius at maximal tension, using Linen and Nylon.
While the tibialis anterior muscle is the most common site of herniation (1), some other muscles such as the extensor digitorum longus, peroneus longus, peroneus brevis, and gastrocnemius have also been reported in the literature as the sites of herniation in the legs (2- 4).
Sports scientists took two different types of mouse muscle - a leg muscle called extensor digitorum longus, as well as diaphragm muscle - and tested how they performed when dosed with 70 micromolars of caffeine - equivalent to "a couple of espressos," said first author Jason Tallis, a muscle physiologist at Coventry University in England.
On the other hand, Fx increased GLUT4 expression levels in the extensor digitorum longus (EDL) muscle, although GLUT4 translocation tended to increase.
The DF nerve also innervates the extensor hallucis longus and extensor digitorum longus muscles, which primarily extend the toes and dorsiflex the foot, predominantly in non-weight-bearing positions.
There was pain on palpation of the distal 1/3 of the left extensor digitorum longus, extensor hallicus longus, the left lateral malleolus, and 6 cm above the lateral malleolus.

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