lip sync

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Noun1.lip sync - combining audio and video recording in such a way that the sound is perfectly synchronized with the action that produced it; especially synchronizing the movements of a speaker's lips with the sound of his speech
recording, transcription - the act of making a record (especially an audio record); "she watched the recording from a sound-proof booth"
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I was thrilled to see Christopher Peterson, master of impersonations, perform live (no lipsync!) and perfectly characterize iconic women such as Judy Garland, Liza Minnelli, Marilyn Monroe, Cher and others.
Speaking of Park, another Filipino act, comedian Maja Root, dedicated his lipsync performance to the Korean American singer, describing him as "number one oppa."
LipSync Post Limited, which referred Prospect 3 to Pacific Mercantile Bank, did the post-production on HURRICANE.
Xander, formerly known as Marlou Arizala, was first noticed after his lipsync "papogi" videos went viral.
The feature has already sparked a ( karaoke trend , with users creating avatars to lipsync popular songs.
Bell Mobility is partnering with the Neil Squire Society so that more than 50 Bell employees will be volunteering alongside technical mentors from Makers Making Change to build more than 30 LipSync devices, the companies said.
A CBS Films release, presented with BBC Films, FilmNation Entertainment, in association with LipSync, of an Origin Pictures production.
The boom in counter-culture magazines included Experiment (1956-70) and Argot (1962-72), joined by Frontiers (1968-70), The Word is Freed (1969-72), Fragments (1970-72), Edge (1971-76), Cave (1972-75), Lipsync (1972), Spleen (1975-77), Spiral (1976-82), and Morepork (1979-81), among others.
Audio Video Sync & Quality Monitor (AVSQM) can monitor QoE, QoS and lipsync in real time.
Plus, not many tracks can thank the likes of Tom Cruise's Jimmy Fallon inspired lipsync for introducing them to a wider audience."