如何翻译 «007 movies»

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GN-007 墮天使GUNDAM

GN-007堕落的天使高达(距高达是一个日本科幻小说的动画作品在首次亮相的高达移动诉讼,由的方式雅 帕普兹姆的驱动。

007 (消歧义)

007可以指: 这一概念的间谍之一,例如詹姆斯*邦德英国情报机构MI-秘密代码007. 国内玲玲油漆,1994年释放由斯蒂芬*周的导演和主演的香港电影. 中国大陆的电视系列的一千元和一个夜晚的女主角玲玲七.

Tandberg Movi

Tandberg Movi is a SIP-based videoconferencing software client, developed by the Norwegian company Tandberg. Movi is targeted at the enterprise market, and must be used in conjunction with a Tandberg Video Communication Server. The software is often paired with a Tandberg PrecisionHD USB camera, as Movi is capable of delivering video at 720p and 30 fps.

Movieshack

Movieshack was an online DVD rental company in New Zealand. Based in Auckland, it was launched on 28 June 2004 and introduced commercial online DVD rentals to New Zealand. The company was founded by brothers James and Nick MacAvoy, who created the customised software systems and website. A January 2007 story in The Herald on Sunday estimated the New Zealand online DVD rental market at 15000 subscribers, with the implication that Movieshack was the smallest of the three major online DVD rental companies the others being Fatso and DVD Unlimited. In June 2008, the company announced a merger with former competitors Fatso and DVD Unlimited. Screen Enterprises Limited was formed by merging the businesses of DVD Unlimited, Fatso and Movie Shack. According to the 2008 SKY Network Television annual report, the three firms were all struggling with the business model that has "yet to be accepted in New Zealand". SKY Network Television owns 51% of Screen Enterprises Limited and as such all subscribers are consolidated into SKY’s results. Movieshack completed the switch-over of its services in November 2008, when it switched its members to the new service which now operates under the Fatso name.

Moviespot

Moviespot is a movie magazine that is totally supported by the community nonprofit project. It can be downloaded in PDF Format. The magazine was founded in Internet in 2004; the project was stopped by 2005 and back in May 2006 again to publish other issues with much better design. The magazine is mostly but not all about movies, everyone can join writing on it and become an editor, and readers are invited to identify the film source and the links. Features in the magazine include film news, previews, and reviews also comics and fun games. The project was ended in 2007

Sky Movies 007 HD

Sky Movies 007 HD was a premium subscription television movie channel in the United Kingdom and Ireland operated by BSkyB. The channel was dedicated to the James Bond films and first went on-air on 5 October 2012 after Sky secured the broadcasting rights to the back catalogue of Bond films, and to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the release of the first Bond film, Dr. No in 1962. After initially airing for a month to celebrate the anniversary the channel returned from 1 January 2013 to 21 January 2013, then again in February. Its last airdate was 17 August 2013. In November 2013, ITV re-acquired the franchise after signing a deal with the distributor, and the films returned to terrestrial television. On 8 July 2016 Sky Movies was rebranded as Sky Cinema. As part of the rebrand, Sky acquired the rights to show the latest James Bond film.

Movies4Men

Movies4Men was a free-to-air film channel in the United Kingdom and Ireland. It was available on Freeview, Freesat and Sky. The channel was aimed at the middle to old aged male viewer, with a look at the classics in cinema history, focusing mainly on western and war film genres. The channel closed on 10 September 2019 and was replaced with Sony Movies Action.

Moviestorm

Moviestorm is a real-time 3D animation app published by Moviestorm Ltd. The software is available to and used by people of all age groups and appeals to those with a diverse range of backgrounds and interests, from amateur and professional film makers, through to businesses and education, as well as people just looking to simply tell stories or create messages to share using video. Moviestorm enables the user to create animated movies, using machinima technology. It takes the user from initial concept to finished, distributed movies. Sets and characters can be created and customised, and scenes can be filmed using multiple cameras. Moviestorm is being used predominantly in education by students of film and media studies as a means to develop their skills and expand their portfolio, as well as a collaborative cross-curricular creative tool in education sectors from elementary to high school. The softwares website features a Web 2.0 social media service, which includes a video hosting service, and an online community where movie-makers can talk about their movies, find collaborators, and organise online events. Moviestorm also makes use of Twitter, YouTube and Facebook to release the latest news on the software and to interact with both current and potential users.

MovieShaker

MovieShaker is a video editing program for Microsoft Windows made by Sony. The newest version of MovieShaker, released in 2002, is 3.3. Compared to other video editing programs that are now available, MovieShaker is strictly low-tech. However, MovieShaker is required for capturing video from Sony MicroMV tapes in order to assure proper audio/video synchronization. In this case, the normal procedure would be to use MovieShaker for video capturing and then export the captured video as an MPEG file, which would then be suitable for further editing by other more sophisticated programs. Sony states that MovieShaker requires a pre-installation of Apple QuickTime 5.0 or higher. However, an upgrade beyond Version 3.3 has yet to be released. Therefore, future compatibility with newer versions of QuickTime cannot be assured. In particular, it is possible that the MovieShaker user may begin to experience audio capture difficulty with an installation of QuickTime 7.0. An alternative is to use MovieShaker to capture the video from Sony MicroMV tapes and save them to your hard disk as.MMV video files. These can then be converted by other utilities, such as MPEG Streamclip or mmv2mpg, a small utility to convert raw MMV files. Since MMV files use the MPEG-2 format, Apples MPEG-2 Playback Component commercial or Quicktime Alternative" freeware must also be installed for MPEG-2 support. Pinnacle Studio versions 8 through 10 and Canopus ProCoder rename the MMV extension to TS can also open MMV files, and convert them into more convenient formats. All Sony Vaio computers used to come pre-installed with this video editing software. This streamlines the editing process from a Sony Camera, because it uses a more direct firewire connection.

MovieStop

MovieStop was a retailer of new and used movies and related merchandise. It was founded in 2004 as a division of GameStop. GameStop spun off MovieStop to private owners in 2012. In November 2014 MovieStop was purchased by Draw Another Circle LLC, the parent company of Hastings Entertainment. The company website was folded into GoHastings.com the next year. As of November 2014, MovieStop operated 44 stores in 10 U.S. states.

Tyrrell 007

The Tyrrell 007 is a Formula One racing car, designed by Tyrrells Chief Designer, Derek Gardner. It was used in the 1974, 1975, 1976 and 1977 Formula One seasons.

BAR 007

The BAR 007 was a Formula One car used by British American Racing in the 2005 Formula One season. The car was driven by Jenson Button and Takuma Sato, although Sato was replaced by Anthony Davidson for the Malaysian Grand Prix as he had the flu. The teams test driver was Enrique Bernoldi along with Davidson. The team had poor start of the season, and has been involved in controversy over the minimum weight of their cars below and was disqualified from one race, banned two more. The team failed to score a point before the Grand Prix of France. However, the fate of the team was slightly turning, and Jenson button scored points in each of the last 10 races, including two podium finishes. Takuma Sato scored only one point all season, and was subsequently dismissed from the team.