retime

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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closure, we people journeys in use public if they can "During the closure, we are encouraging people to plan their journeys in advance, use public transport if they can and ensure they allow extra time or retime their travel, wherever possible." Midland Metro services are due to start running from New Street station to Centenary Square in late 2019.
DaVinci Resolve's retime settings now have a new feature, the Retime Curve.
We can checkthe condition T(u, v) - min[t(u), t(v)} > [derived clock period} then select those paths to retime so that computation time in this path can be reduced.
Delta and joint venture partner, Virgin Atlantic, recently announced they will coordinate schedules and retime their respective Bostonto Heathrow flights to offer customers more convenient and flexible travel options.
The 10 Gigabit converter is available as a stand-alone or Point System Chassis card and supports 3R (reamplify, reshape, and retime) optical signal regeneration.
Bombardier has tabled a new schedule for future DHC-8-Q400 deliveries to Horizon Air, which is seeking to defer and retime delivery of the 14 remaining 76-seat turboprops it has on order with the Canadian airframer.
The Lest We Forget booklet, which includes first-hand stories and photographs of what retime life was really like, as unveiled to the public last week.
In 2002, the Road Commission for Oakland County--in cooperation with the Michigan Department of Transportation, the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments, Wayne County, the Road Commission of Macomb County, and the cities of Ferndale, Pontiac, and Royal Oak--began a program to retime traffic signals.
'Don't tell me, they want me to retime the traffic lights in the pedestrian precinct.'
With so many different video formats available, it is essential to be able to tweak retime options in order to create smoothly flawless retimed clips.
She said: "If he found an audience was slower, he would retime his act.