freeze-frame(redirected from freeze-frames)
freeze-frameor freeze frame (frēz′frām′)
1. A still image in a cinematic work made by showing a series of identical frames or by stopping a film or video at one desired frame, usually representing the suspension of action or time.
2. A vivid, motionless scene or image.
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1. (Film) films television a single frame of a film repeated to give an effect like a still photograph
2. (Film) a single frame of a video recording viewed as a still by stopping the tape
3. (Film) (tr) to make a freeze-frame of (an image)
4. (Photography) (tr) to make a freeze-frame of (an image)
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