Pulldown

Pulldown may refer to:

  • Pulldown (casting), a type of casting defect
  • Pull-down resistor. See Pull-up resistor
  • Pull-down assay, a biochemical protein extraction technique
  • Pull-down menu. See Menu (computing)

Read more about Pulldown:  Fitness, Media

Other articles related to "pulldown, pulldowns":

Pulldown - Media
... Negative pulldown, the difference between 2-, 3-, and 4-perf movie camera frame movements Pull-down curtain Telecine, the methods of 32 pulldown in ...
Negative Pulldown
... Negative pulldown is the manner in which an image is exposed on a film stock, described in the number of film perforations spanned by an individual frame ... The most common film pulldowns are 4-perf and 3-perf, the latter of which is usually used in conjunction with Super 35 ... Vertical pulldown is overwhelmingly the dominant axis of motion, although horizontal pulldown is used in IMAX, VistaVision (still in use for some visual effects work), and in consumer and professional still cameras ...
Pulldown Exercise - Form - Variations
... Narrow grip underhand pulldown begin Narrow grip underhand pulldown end Narrow grip neutral pulldown begin Narrow grip neutral pulldown end Narrow grip overhand pulldown begin Narrow grip overhand ...
Pulldown Exercise
... The pulldown exercise is a strength training exercise designed to develop the latissimus dorsi muscle ... The cable lat pulldown is done where the handle is moved via a cable pulley, as opposed to doing pulldowns on a leverage machine ...
Telecine - Frame Rate Differences - Other Pulldown Patterns
16 frame/s (actually 15.985) to NTSC 30 frame/s (actually 29.97) pulldown should be 16 ... frame/s to PAL 25 pulldown should be 33333334 (a better choice would be to run the film at 16.67 frame/s, simplifying ... LCD or plasma) 24 frame/s to 96 frame/s (4x frame repetition) pulldown is 24 ... frame/s to 120 frame/s (5x frame repetition) pulldown is 24 ... frame/s to 120 frame/s (32 pulldown ...