American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The act or process of replaying a newly made audio or video recording, as to monitor quality.
- n. A method of or an apparatus for reproducing sound recordings: "switches on the playback of a telephone-answering machine” ( Vanity Fair).
- n. electronic equipment comprising the part of a tape recorder that reproduces the recorded material
- n. the act of reproducing recorded sound
“You can select just your favorite titles, specify the title playback order, with or without original menus, to create a DVD with only the stuff you want!”
“They are what they call playback singers, in the sense that they actually sing the song, but in the movie - most of Bollywood movies are musicals - the actresses are lip-synching those songs," he says.”
“For now you'll have to be connected to listen however; Rhapsody says offline playback is coming in a future release (likely within a year).”
“Mr. YUSUF GANDHI (Record Producer): What they call playback singers in the sense that they actually sing the song, but in the movie - most of Bollywood movies are musicals - the actresses are lip synching those songs.”
“Holy Crap people, I have blogged before about how optimizing recordings for IPOD playback is making for bad sounding music, but now even Metallica fans have noticed.”
“I appreciate that a lot of good work is happening in Bengali playback now.”
“The player offers viewers the highest mobile viewing quality available on mobile devices today, and is expected to provide authenticated subscribers with access to the entire EPIX lineup including feature-title playback and programming extras.”
“The 14 titleset model would work With buttons or text with a play all though there might be a slight pause between title playback”
“The HD video downloads service now gets Zune branding, and thanks to some nifty buffering technology title playback is now "nearly instantaneous".”
“Kind of interesting and the video playback is in 3D so you can see what that’s like but all of the effects they’re not.”
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