from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To set (an automatic control, for example) beforehand: preset a microwave oven.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. set in advance, or as a default
- v. To set something in advance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. set in advance
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Because all magazine fiction has such tight word counts, stories for intermediates (readers who read) often rely on certain preset reader expectations.
Each preset is a mixture of the mood spectrums on the Moodstream mixer — happy/sad, calm/lively, warm/cool, and so on.
ScreenFlow allows one to customize these settings once an overall codec preset is selected.
The ir/motion sensor activates the camera then the unit calls a preset number and then sends a multimedia file to the programed number like your cell phone.
If you don't have time for six keystrokes, the application lets you save a customized phone call preset as an AppleScript command.
If I were to retain a Biblical perspective, I would say that fate can be defined as a preset course.
The mode dial on the right side rotates to access, Best Shot (otherwise known as preset scene modes), program mode, aperture-priority, shutter priority and manual exposure control.
These inverted keys are switches that recall preset registrations (a preset of your drawbar settings).
Hi, I'm pretty new to this stuff, so by resample you mean go to Process and Resample to 22,050* using the anti-alias preset?
"What kind of preset time bomb do you think it might be?"
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