Explanation TRACK: A Movie Toolbox data structure that represents a single data stream in a QuickTime movie. A movie may contain one or more tracks. Each track is independent of other tracks in the movie and represents its own data stream. Each track has a corresponding media structure, which describes the data for the track. See also channel , event track
More definitions for Mac OS users such as track in Dictionary T.
- Help Tail Time:
- Usage audio unit’s latency, for a nominal-level signal to decay to silence at an audio unit’?’sutput after it has gone instantaneously to silence at the input. Tail time is significant for audio units track.
- Help Texture Matrix:
- Usage A 4 x 4 matrix that OpenGL uses to transform texture coordinates to the coordinates that are used for interpolation and texture lookup track.
- Help Trusted Application:
- Usage An application that can read a keychain item’s secret when the keychain is unlocked. See also Unicode Utilities track.
- Help Test:
- Usage In AppleScript, a Boolean expression that specifies the conditions of a filter or an if statement track.
- Help Thumbnail Picture:
- Usage picture that can be created from an existing image that is stored as a pixel map, a picture, or a picture file. A thumbnail picture is useful for creating small representative images of a source track.