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fold (hier)

German translation: Falten

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English term or phrase:fold (hier)
German translation:Falten
Entered by: xxxGAK
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14:52 Feb 22, 2005
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Tech/Engineering - Engineering (general)
English term or phrase: fold (hier)
When playing JPEG pictures, press the Program button to choose the pictures switchedmode. There are 17 switch modes; Press Program repeatedly to activate the function and choose the required switch mode: Spread from Up to Down, Spread from Down to Left,Spread from Left to Right, Spread from Right to Left, Spread from Left Up to Right Down, Spread from Right Up to Left Down, Spread Left Down to Right Up, Spread from Right Down to Left Up, Spread from Center to Up / Down, **Fold from Up / Down to Center,** **Fold from Left / Right to Center,** ...

Aus der Bedienungsanleitung eines DVD-Players.
xxxGAK
Local time: 03:39
Falten
Explanation:
These are typical movie scene changes, where the new scene "eats up" the last one, or "slides" into place, where the new scene "grows" in 3-D, or, in this case, where the old scene is folded up from left, top, bottom or right to middle and gets replaced by the new scene. (as also in fade, wipe, stretch, zoom etc. etc.) Therefore translate literally as "falten".
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David Retallick
Local time: 03:39
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Danke!
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Falten


Explanation:
These are typical movie scene changes, where the new scene "eats up" the last one, or "slides" into place, where the new scene "grows" in 3-D, or, in this case, where the old scene is folded up from left, top, bottom or right to middle and gets replaced by the new scene. (as also in fade, wipe, stretch, zoom etc. etc.) Therefore translate literally as "falten".

David Retallick
Local time: 03:39
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 8
Grading comment
Danke!

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