FADE

FADE (or DEGRADE) is digital restrictions management software developed by Codemasters. It operates by detecting if a game has been pirated, and initially allows the player to use the game normally. It then gradually degrades certain game features over a time, eventually rendering it unplayable. == How it works == FADE introduces deliberate errors...
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fade

[n] - gradually ceasing to be visible 2. [v] - lose freshness, vigor, or vitality 3. [v] - become less clearly visible or distinguishable
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Fade

• (a.) To sink away; to disappear gradually; to grow dim; to vanish. • (a.) To become fade; to grow weak; to lose strength; to decay; to perish gradually; to wither, as a plant. • (a.) Weak; insipid; tasteless; commonplace. • (v. t.) To cause to wither; to deprive of freshness or vigor; to wear away. • (a.) To lose freshnes...
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fade

noun gradually ceasing to be visible
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fade

(beauty) verse, desvanecerse, desmejorarse
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fade

(makeup) desvanecerse
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Fade

[audio engineering] In audio engineering, a fade is a gradual increase or decrease in the level of an audio signal. The term can also be used for film cinematography or theatre lighting, in much the same way (see fade (filmmaking) and fade (lighting)). A recorded song may be gradually reduced to silence at its end (fade-out), or may gradual...
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Fade

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Fade

[lighting] In stage lighting, a fade is a gradual increase or decrease of the intensity of light projected onto the stage. The term fade-in refers to gradually changing the lighting level from complete darkness to a predetermined lighting level. A fade-out (also known as fade-to-black) refers to gradually decreasing the intensity of light u...
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Fade

[video game] FADE is a point-and-click adventure game developed by the Fade Team and released for the Windows Mobile Professional platform in 2001. The game was critically acclaimed as the first large-scale adventure game for the platform. It is most often compared to Myst, the first immersive graphic adventure games for the PC, and the gam...
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Fade

Fade adjective [ French, probably from Latin vapidus vapid, or possibly fr, fatuus foolish, insipid.] Weak; insipid; tasteless; commonplace. [ R.] 'Passages that are somewhat fade .' Jeffrey. « His masculine taste gave him a sense of something fade and ludicrous...
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Fade

Fade intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Faded ; present participle & verbal noun Fading .] [ Middle English faden , vaden , probably from fade , adjective ; confer Prov. Dutch
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Fade

Fade transitive verb To cause to wither; to deprive of freshness or vigor; to wear away. « No winter could his laurels fade Dryden.
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fade

1. To become fade; to grow weak; to lose strength; to decay; to perish gradually; to wither, as a plant. 'The earth mourneth and fadeth away.' (Is. Xxiv. 4) ... 2. To lose freshness, colour, or brightness; to become faint in hue or tint; hence, to be wanting in colour. 'Flowers that never fade.' ... 3. To sink away; to disappear gradually; to grow ...
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Fade

1) A gradual reduction of the level of the audio signal.
2) A gradual change of level from one pre-set level to another.
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Fade

A gently curving shot from left to right (right-handed player)
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fade

A term used to describe the slight turning of the ball from left to right (by a right-handed player) at the end of its flight. From right to left for a left-handed player.
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Fade

A transition from a shot to black where the image gradually becomes darker is a Fade Out; or from black where the image gradually becomes brighter is a Fade In. Fades are done at the lab in the printing phase, but prepared by the negative cutter, who cuts in an overlap of black into the A&B rolls. Labs will only do fades in fixed amounts, such ...
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fade

A visual transition between shots or scenes that appears on screen as a brief interval with no picture. The editor fades one shot to black and then fades in the next. Often used to indicate a change in time and place
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Fade

An optical effect in which the image of a scene is gradually replaced by a uniform dark area or vice versa.
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Fade

Fade is old Cornish slang for to dance.
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Fade

Gradually increase or decrease a sound.
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In broadcasting, to gradually change the intensity of a sound or picture. Fade-up or fade-in increases the intensity (e.g. volume of a sound or brightness and clarity of a picture), fade-down or fade-out decreases it.
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Fade

It is the trajectory of the ball or its flight, on the spot where the golf ball comes off from the face of the club. It then moves to the left of the target before gently turning or rather curving back towards right. It is vice versa for a left hander.
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Fade

On take-off, aiming toward the breaking part of the wave, before turning sharply and surfing in the direction the wave is breaking
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