video window

video window

The display of full-motion video in an independent window on a computer screen.


Video Window vs. Full Screen
The advantage of a video window (top) is that not only can other members of a conference be viewed simultaneously, but users can collaborate on data at the same time. (Images courtesy of Poly Corporation and VTEL Corporation.)


Video Window vs. Full Screen
The advantage of a video window (top) is that not only can other members of a conference be viewed simultaneously, but users can collaborate on data at the same time. (Images courtesy of Poly Corporation and VTEL Corporation.)
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Often the pics will get a video window first and then show on TV, usually in primetime placement.
As things work now -- with the video window preceding the pay-per-view window -- the studios enjoy both the rental demand and the pay-per-view demand, and it's going to take a pretty compelling ease for them to give that up.
The rest of the cable-network universe is catch-as-catch-can, but Andy Reimer, senior VP of worldwide television for Trimark Pictures, says Showtime, USA Network, Family Channel and Lifetime are among the networks "that are looking to distinguish themselves by jumping the video window and getting new movies first."
At Portland, Ore.-based Act III Cinemas, which operates 10 sub-run complexes, "Our people are constantly talking with the studios about the video window, but it's not an adversarial relationship," says Randall Blaum, VP of marketing and advertising.
As soon as the star and its spectrum are properly placed in the video window, the spectrum's graph appears in the Profile section of the screen.

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