picture-in-picture

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picture-in-picture

A TV feature that allows two channels to be tuned in and played at the same time on screen. TVs, DVRs and Blu-ray players with this capability use two video decoders in order to provide simultaneous display of two sources.
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The results of the simulation can be viewed dynamieally in the multiwindow Simulator in a number of ways, including:
Also, a multiwindow user interface allows multiple windows to be open simultaneously The home window is used to manage contacts and to see who is online and available for collaboration.
In the Solaris operating environment, PCs are used as workstations, allowing multiwindow capability that enables users to process concurrent zoning ads simultaneously.
Dailey is in charge of the land as far as his eye can see from the front porch of his newly renovated, Spanish tile-roofed, multiwindow home in breathtaking Towsley Canyon.
When all was said and done at the end of the day, inventories required a retailer to do a multiwindow transaction for the consumer and it was difficult to maintain.
Desktop videoconferencing will eventually involve multiwindow screens, with a person per screen and a shared blackboard and images of documents, diagrams, or text.
Have a multiwindow display to display multiple manuals
0 Nougat as its native operating system, which includes new emoji, multiwindow, 3D graphics, Doze on the go battery control, customizable quick settings, notifications controls and update optimizations among many other features.
By incorporating a third-party digital signage product into our production and distribution of video, we are able to feature a multiwindow display, each with closed captioning and as many as 12 channels shown on a single display.
The new system also includes a multiwindow touchpanel that allows instructors to select presentation material from DVDs, VCRs, and other peripherals.
Bootstrapping development by using their own tools, Engelbart's group began the field of computer-supported cooperative work, and invented WYSIWYG word processing, the mouse, multiwindow displays, electronic meeting rooms, and more.
Like DADS, it allows engineers to automatically visualize and interpret their results using multiwindow, menu-driven software for 3-D modeling.