retime

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retime

(ˌriːˈtaɪm)
vb (tr)
1. to measure again how long (someone) takes to do something or how long (something) lasts
2. to alter the time or timing of (something)
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The optional Avid Align, on the other hand, is available to re-time captions that are out-of-sync due to live captioning or frame rate conversion issues.
For FY 16, the Traffic Engineering Division intends to re-time the traffic signals at 4 major corridors: Moncrief Rd, Merrill Rd, Old St.
DE: Flicker[TM] was used to smooth out the time lapse shot of the sunset and Twixtor[R] was used to re-time and re-map some of the shots allowing removal of an unwanted passerby in the background.
SGN, Boise, ID 83714-0618) is an example of the former, and of an approach to re-time the latter.
Raising concerns the move will lead to longer interchange times for passengers connecting to other services at Middlesbrough and Thornaby, including those travelling from stations such as Stockton, Billingham, Hartlepool and Sunderland, he said: "The impact of the proposals, together with Northern Rail's decision not to re-time any of its services, mean that interchange times at Thornaby from TransPennine Express to Durham Coast services would increase from 15 to 36 minutes.
In another significant move, from June 21, Etihad Airways will re-time its flights between Jakarta and Abu Dhabi to offer seamless connectivity to and from even more destinations in the airline's global network.
Qantas will increase dedicated capacity to Singapore, and re-time flights to Singapore and Hong Kong to enable many more 'same day' connections across Asia," he said Thursday at the launch of the Emirates alliance.
Ms Greening declared: "Across the whole department, we're trying to re-route, re-mode, re-time and just generally reduce our travel.
Adverse weather has been forecast in Shanghai due to Severe Typhoon Muifa, this has caused the carrier to re-time flights CX368 Hong Kong to Shanghai, CX365 Shanghai to Hong Kong and CX367 Shanghai to Hong Kong.
It can also re-time the signals to reduce noise and increase the unamplified transmission distance up to 100 kin.
Despite a large spike in giving among very-high income people in apparent anticipation of lower future tax benefits from charitable giving arising from enactment of the Tax Reform Act of 1986, there is surprisingly little evidence that people re-time their giving in response to anticipated differences between current and future tax savings from doing so over the sample period as a whole and across income groups.
Hold it," calls Boyd from the stalls, "We need to re-time this entrance.