[moo-vee] /ˈmu vi/
motion-picture theater (often preceded by the):
The movie is next-door to the hardware store.
1912 (perhaps 1908), shortened form of moving picture in the cinematographic sense (1896). As an adjective from 1913. Movie star attested from 1913. Another early name for it was photoplay.
blue movie, b movie, grind-house, snuff film, splat movie
- Move the goalposts
phrase to change the basic rules or procedure while something is in progress to prevent an unfavorable outcome
compression, standard, algorithm, file format A variant of the MPEG video and audio compression algorithm and file format, optimised for broadcast quality video. MPEG-2 was designed to transmit images using progressive coding at 4 Mbps or higher for use in broadcast digital TV and DVD. An MPEG-2 player can handle MPEG-1 data as well. MPEG-2 […]
- Mpeg-1 layer 3
MPEG-1 audio layer 3
compression, standard, algorithm, file format A file format designed to merge very different things in one object, so you can store interactive material in this format (audio, video, questions, answers, overlays, non-linear order, calculation from user inputs, etc.) [Technical details?] (2001-12-02)