chapter stop

chapter stop

n
(Film) any of several markers placed at intervals on a DVD film, enabling the viewer to find and select particular scenes
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Although this chapter stops short of a full exploration of these paratexts and the texts they preface, it lays important groundwork for further study.
Most of the time they come without menus and chapter stops.
But the chapter stops short of the crucial next step: how these insights have led to a radical revisioning of the mainstream concept of theory itself.
Besides the collection of 24 episodes, with six chapter stops, are the three standalone TV specials: a rarely seen 15-minute episode set during the Oliver Cromwell era; "Blackadder's Christmas Carol"; and a time-travel seg taped in 1999, "Blackadder Back and Forth.
The plan laid out in each chapter stops short of giving step-by-step instructions.
It is a pity that the chapter stops in the early 1940s before the decisive "battle of Petrobras' was fought.
It is the leading technology for the compression of audio and video data and includes professional functions such as chapter stops, subtitles and multichannel surround sound.
Love Actually'' is the kind of bloated movie where chapter stops would be a godsend.
The technology will also be used on video tapes of movies, where chapter stops similar to those found on laser disks, but with the added benefit of chapter titles that are displayed in the on-screen directory, will be encoded for even easier access to favorite segments.
With Index Plus+, full-length motion picture videos can offer chapter stops with easy on-screen access, and access to specific segments in multiple-segment videos such as exercise videos, educational videos, how-to videos and music videos will be a one-button process.