(multimedia) specialist qualitative term in multimedia to denote the degree of synchronization between media elements, e.g. audio and video, audio and subt-tles, etc.

the word had a norman-french origin and was applied to musical forms with complex harmonics as early as the 14th century.
(from the 14th century work “the visioner’s tale”)

my lady’s touch upon the lute is light,
yet she weaves the streams of melody,
with such profound synchicity,
that the river of time spills into dream,
into that ocean of unspoken promise,
where lives primordial the memory of future things,
here vision and voice and sound,
and meaning emerge at last as one.

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