Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of letterbox.
  • n. An outdoor hobby in which participants attempt to locate small boxes hidden in public places.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I love the way Amanda has snuck in the Ticon letterboxing style, but totally made it her own.

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  • I setup the export option to maintain the 16: 9 by letterboxing the original video in to a 4: 3 video.

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  • They find interests in many different things, such as helping the elderly, letterboxing when they have free time, rearranging the furniture at home, and decorating seasonally for their mother, entertaining, sewing and cooking, all which take enormous amounts of time.

    Contentment

  • I forget where I was at the filmmaking point yesterday ... oh, the letterboxing.

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  • Zooming each page to play hide-and-seek by scrolling for text has proven unbearable, like pan-and-scan treatment of a film that demands letterboxing no slight to Ken Burns intended.

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  • Don†™ t add letterboxing to make videos to a 4: 3 aspect ratio.

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  • I can't imaging letterboxing bringing 76x97 down to 28x58.

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  • It would have to perform with near-perfection: even if it turns out that it catches every single infringement except for video that is re-cut to 16: 9 with letterboxing at 31fps, then all the pirates will just encode it that way and evade the filter, meaning that the system would generate an unacceptable level of false negatives.

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  • Otherwise you will have to rotate every movie by hand after you import it into iMovie - and then, of course, you'll have the black letterboxing along the sides.

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  • One of the interesting things that these girls revealed that they were doing as a hobby, was called "letterboxing."

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