screen format

screen format

[′skrēn ‚fȯr‚mat]
(computer science)
The manner in which information is arranged and presented on a cathode-ray tube or other electronic display.
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Cavena's technology delivers high quality subtitles across any screen format, to any client and in any character set.
In the traditional side, we will have the regular cinemas with the Macro XE, which is our large screen format. We will have our own in-house brand called Coffee Tree that will be introduced here as well.
Content has been cut in the vertical, full screen format pioneered by Snapchat and which has since become the de facto standard for mobile.
4 (ANI): Keeping the legacy of innovation moving, largest film exhibitor in the country PVR Cinemas introduced their first P[XL] screen, PVR's home grown big movie screen format known as Premium Extra Large in PVR Market City, Kurla, Mumbai.
"We love using Instagram's creative tools to add fun details to our creative, and the full screen format of Instagram Stories makes it feel like you're part of the remix."
The large screen format provides more details in the games you play.
An edited 45-minute version of the film screens in the IMAX big screen format at selected cinemas.
The product is available for indoor golf practice facilities and is also available in a screen format that utilizes virtual reality.
TradeSmart is able to aggregate multiple-dealers and multiple asset-classes (listed and OTC) onto a single screen format for electronic order routing.
* The ability for images, captured in wide screen format, to be transmitted for interdisciplinary telemedicine applications and displayed on lecture hall screens for education.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 is also designed to be shown on a big screen format.