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video file

A computer file that contains digitized video. See codec examples and file.
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If you delete a remote video file that you still need, I recommend taking these five steps:
Due to the difficulty of showing the result as a video stream on paper, the author prefers to display the result on the frame of the digital video file along with histogram of each a single frame.
In Sections 2 and 3, we briefly explain VEDR file systems and video file attributes and provide an overview of previous studies related to video file integrity verification, respectively.
While 1TB of memory on a graphics card may seem over-the-top for even the most astute PC enthusiasts and gamers, it is of great help for the professional industry where massive data sets from video files, medical images, as well as oil and gas exploration data, are being processed.
- Downloading a video file to the phone's SD card, but with the filename and the HTTP response headers changed to indicate it was not a video file ("Direct Download, Non-Video File Extension"), and
Citrio won't replace powerful music player apps, but now it's a convenient option for previewing downloaded audio and video files in the browser."
The cloud computing technology could speed up video transcoding, owing to the benefits of parallel computing and MapReduce, that is, splitting original big video file to small portion and forwarding to different nodes in cloud environment and executing transcoding of each small portion in parallel.
Dixon uses a second MacBook to catalog video files and videocassettes, noting content, condition, tape IDs and other data.
With this video converting tool, users are able to convert any popular video file to other common output video files.
Version 6.03, distributed to registered version 6.xx users, brings new video file formats and hardware-assisted H.264 encoding, as well as support for Grass Valley's Edius NX, SP and HD legacy hardware.