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The reproduction of previously recorded sounds or moving images.
- ‘How would you use one, and would it be worth spending $500 on a device that only did video playback?’
- ‘Sony also bundles stereo earphones with a remote control for private audio and video playback.’
- ‘Instant playback of recorded video gave these trendy gadgets an edge over the conventional machines.’
- ‘Also, it looks like home video playback on the Tivo will also soon be available.’
- ‘During DVD playback, all sounds were where they should have been, and all at normal volumes.’
- ‘A media server system and method are disclosed for playback of digital media.’
- ‘Each has a console, extra controller, the DVD playback kit, and various games.’
- ‘Well, we can get much more informative results by measuring the average video playback speed.’
- ‘So if you spent money on earbuds, you will hear the difference, especially if you record for playback in the highest quality streams.’
- ‘Durabis technology resists scratches, which can cause recording and playback errors.’
- ‘This mode is used to select a previously archived session for playback via a remote VCR server.’
- ‘One might, for example, copy a music CD to an audio cassette for playback on one's Walkman.’
- ‘Unfortunately, it was something of a letdown, mainly related to video performance and DVD playback.’
- ‘Images may be recorded for playback on a standard VHS video cassette recorder.’
- ‘It's free and offers high quality playback, video programming, ability to create a playlist of favourite videos.’
- ‘This feature allows the user to capture memos or incoming phone conversations for future playback.’
- ‘Then when you hit Play, the hard-drive playback begins picking up right where you left off.’
- ‘For example, very few support video playback, relying solely on audio and still images.’
- ‘The company claims a four-hour video playback time; or ten hours if you're listening to songs.’
- ‘The company has touted its audio option and published results of DVD playback tests.’
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