picturize

picturize

adapt a book or script into a film or television show

picturize

(ˈpɪktʃəˌraɪz) or

picturise

vb (tr)
1. (Film) to represent (a story, book, etc) in pictures or as a film
2. (Journalism & Publishing) formal to provide or illustrate (a book, etc) with pictures
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It was experienced that this method is able to restore the degraded retinal image and can detect and picturize the structural changes of the retinal image too [47].
After all, whether you narrate it on radio, or write about it in a novel, or picturize it in a film, a story is primarily a personal encounter, a "first person narrative" - " It happened to me!" "We have seen the Lord!"
In one sense, although other visual--audial tools generally live on history and social realities, they ultimately picturize the current moment.
tdfsilat kay mitabiq A1/4riydn raks kar kay aA1/4r filmzn kay kye beiTntehd fahsh gdndy picturize krd kay shA1/4rhdt hdsil krnay wall addkdrah Anjuman shehzadi najptchiay kA1/4ch amsaji sqy theatre dmamA1/4n mein raks kamnqy kqy bAPound hd A1/4nchi APound wA mein bhAPound rkAPound in laganaji ko apnt ac/at bna 4ya hai.
But we have limitations in our country to picturize such things" Mohammed Salman said.
For advanced users, there are more than 100 special effects that let you posterize, picturize, solarize, texturize, and add artistic touches.