an adjustment that causes something to occur or recur in unison
coordinating by causing to indicate the same time
the relation that exists when things occur at the same time
- circuitry for video/sound synchronisation.
- ensure synchronisation of and consistency between the national copies and the SIS II database;
- This LAN will then be used for the continuous synchronisation between the CU and BCU.
- ensure the synchronisation of and consistency between the national copies and the SIS II database;
- Upon request, a registry administrator shall change the system time of its registry in order to ensure time synchronisation.
- The date by which the Agency's annual work programme is to be adopted should be amended to allow for better synchronisation with the budgetary decision-making process.
- Audio-frequency amplifier, incorporating a digital sound decoder, a digital sound processor to produce a multi-channel sound effect (surround) and circuitry for video/sound synchronisation.
- It is therefore unlikely that Universal will after the merger be able to increase prices for performance, mechanical, synchronisation and print rights.
- The market investigation to define the relevant product markets confirmed that as to the exploitation of music publishing rights, different categories of rights need to be distinguished, i.e. mechanical rights, performance rights, synchronisation rights, print rights and online rights.
- The System shall be accessible to the Member States and the Commission either directly or via an interface for automatic synchronisation and inputting of data with national and regional computer management systems.
- The connection between the principal CS-VIS and the backup CS-VIS shall be open for any new future architectures and technologies and shall allow for the continuous synchronisation between the CU and BCU.
- The SDH infrastructure will be used to extend the local networks of both central units to create a seamless single LAN. This LAN will then be used for the continuous synchronisation between the CU and BCU.
- Even though the concerns only relate to online rights, for reasons of viability the commitments have to cover the complete copyrights (i.e. also mechanical, performance, synchronisation and print rights).
- Based on both demand and supply-side considerations the Commission found indications for the existence of separate product markets for music publishing according to the exploitation of the different rights categories (i.e. mechanical, performance, synchronisation, print and other rights).
- The synchronisation of two central processing units by "software" so that one central processing unit recognises when the other central processing unit fails and recovers tasks from the failing unit.