Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling a film.

Etymologies

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film +‎ -like

Examples

  • 'filmlike' look that is only rivalled by professional camcorders costing an order of magnitude more.

    The Tech Report: News

  • As much as I love IMAX, the 3D does little more than darken the screen and make the picture feel less 'filmlike'.

    Scott Mendelson: HuffPost Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part II

  • (Purists can turn it off for a true filmlike experience.)

    120-Hz Hi-Def TVs Bring Onscreen Action to Life

  • George Lucas has selected four as-yet-unnamed movie houses to show the "Star Wars" prequel with projectors that convert digital signals to filmlike images.

    The Phantom Reel

  • To see what came, and went, between the two, was to witness a filmlike event, played out in real time, and in real space with the US Post Office acting the role of sponsor, gallery, and consortium.

    'Lovely Ballerina'

  • It has it's own issues - contrast is weak and black levels are elevated - but because it looks more filmlike than the Universal disc, I prefer it overall.

    Home Theater Forum

  • Its relation to its scores is general and filmlike.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The SD4500 IS also shoots 1080p high-definition video at a filmlike 24 frames per second.

    PCWorld

  • And so began yesterday's Zapruder-filmlike investigation, as thousands carefully pored over

    Hot Air » Top Picks

  • If your creative instincts lean toward filmlike texturing, the new FX tab in Camera RAW will add grain or vignetting.

    PC Advisor News

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