from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Unsynchronised.


Shortening of unsynchronised. (Wiktionary)


  • And finally, waves can become "unsynced," which means that you will be typing in a lengthy response ... and as it "syncs," it wipes out your work.


  • The quality remains subpar, with poor definition, small player windows, and unsynced audio and video.

    The Revolution Will Be Televised

  • Since youtube audio sync is shite, sometimes completely unsynced music is better for video like this.

    the humphreys proxy

  • But the dock will save content that may be irreplaceable, such as contacts and-especially-the unsynced photos sitting in your iPhone's camera roll.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Just turn the camera upside down and let the unsynced half of the frame fall on the sky.


  • "Just turn the camera upside down and let the unsynced half of the frame fall on the sky."


  • The fact that the sprites 'mouth movements are hilariously unsynced to the English voiceovers even lends the game a cheesy "old-time martial arts movie" charm.


  • Youtube unsynced my music-to-video slightly ... sorry. - Articles related to Goddard Introduces NASA Center For Climate Simulation

  • Constant is Takeda and Hara's son, who toddles in and out of the frame and, seemingly, their awareness; and the edgy, overfamiliar camera and unsynced interviews and conversations (the sound set-up requires a second technician, eventually Hara's new girlfriend, but before that he chooses video over audio when filming what seems to be a manic-depressive bout of make-up sex).

    The L Magazine - New York City's Local Event and Arts & Culture Guide

  • They are shown as updated because they were unsynced with my iPhone rather that completely removed from my iTunes app library. Media News

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