Did you perhaps mean codex?
- Blend of coder and decoder (Wiktionary)
“To review, the term codec refers to silicon technology that can compress and decompress large signals into smaller, more manageable ones.”
“The term codec—which refers to a compression/decompression algorithm—covers both parts of the operation.”
“It has already achieved big success since HTML 5 stopped specifying Ogg Theora in June, meaning no codec is currently specified.”
“A new AAC-LC codec is available in the new Mac OS X 10.5 (code named as Leopard) which will be released in Oct. 26.”
“Because these world models vary from person to person, the codec is lossy, and misunderstandings are inevitable.”
“I have gotten so used to having more than one person to contact on the codec, is Otacon the only one you can talk to in this one?”
“I am pretty sure theirs more remastered shows also XviD Mpeg-4 codec is better than flash video codec, and uses less space with the same quality at a setting of target Quantizer of 4.00 its less size and the same quality of hd video if they where to use that format it would take less space”
“But their opensource codec is there, so its worth a visit.”
“- scodec codec force subtitle codec ( 'copy' to copy stream) - newsubtitle add a new subtitle stream to the current output stream”
“While in Holland over 10 years ago I started working with Birgit, who I still share an office with, we have worked on loads of hard projects together, she’s got her name in an RFC and implemented a codec from the ISO standard description, as well as delivering consistent clean code day in day out.”
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Words come and go, perhaps nowhere faster than online. Some industry terms to stay current -- or to remember as they rest in peace.
portmanteaus comprising a process and its reverse
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