- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of preset.
“Here, you enter the product dimensions and compare it to a list of "presets" - objects everyone is familiar with, such as a credit card, a soda can, a sheet of paper, a door … Since the site has been around awhile, it has accumulated a ginormous database of user-generated product size comparisons; for example, here is Tweet Blocker:”
“For example, a low priority function, like seeing how many Hours, Minutes, and Seconds youÂ’ve got left to play on the CD, or adjusting your favourite presets, is a 2 second press.”
“It's an uncanny musical representation of an old car radio, the kind where the presets were accessed with those black push-buttons that physically yanked the needle to the appropriate place on the dial.”
“But on the advice of Lightroom programmer Andy Rahm McCormack dug into the text of the software's existing template files, called presets, and adapted them to produce a custom file with a 24-frame per second rate used in some video.”
“Several users have created "presets," which make it possible to share specific sky and water palettes with others.”
“i attended the presets last year and they are great performers. i haven't seen ladytron or the faint live, but i doubt the presets were a better draw than ladytron+the faint because of their popularity and notoriety.”
“Lightroom comes already with some basic presets, which instead of remembering all the steps you took to edit one photo, you can save these steps into "presets".”
“These are _quality_ presets, meaning they start with the strongest compression and lowest quality and move up to the weakest compression and highest fidelity to the source (which for me equals 'quality').”
“The discs are par for the course with Sentai in that they do read our players 'language presets which is always a big plus in my book.”
“And image it had "presets" on it for, say, 12 of your favorite channels.”
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