Software programs that can install into your main non linear editing software to give you additional features and/or specs
Third party add-on software that adds new features to a commercial application. Many companies have written plug-ins for Netscape Navigator.
A software application that allows you to view different information formats in your browser window.
A file containing data used to alter, enhance, or extend the operation of a parent application, for example, a web browser, shockwave or flash.
Browser plug-ins are small pieces of software that must be downloaded and installed on a user's computer in order to experience certain features of a web site. For example "Shockwave" is required for some animation and "RealOne Player" for video clips.
Software that adds functionality to commercial applications, such as the Netscape browser or Adobe's Photoshop.
are programs that can easily be installed in a web browser to extend it's functionality
a component software which can post information on
a program design to work with a specific program
Downloadable classification modules, Xpress algorithms, and adaptive response agent templates that you can install into an existing software release. See Download Plug-Ins.
An extension to an application that adds functionality. Plug-ins cannot function as stand alone applications.
Plug-ins are programs that can be downloaded easily, to give browsers extra capabilities for viewing web pages.
An auxiliary program added to Web browsers such as Netscape to enable them to support new types of content (e.g. RealAudio, Shockwave).
Special programs added to your browser to play additional elements
Additional features in the form of small programs which can be downloaded from the internet.
Downloadable components allowing web browsers to play or display additional file types, including video, audio, and multimedia.
Plug-ins allow rich multimedia content to be incorporated into internet sites and integrated into the Netscape Navigator platform, all without launching any external helper applications. Some examples of plug-ins include Apple QuickTime movies, Adobe Acrobat PDF documents Macromedia Director presentations. This is a function of Netscape Navigator 2.0, and is not supported by other web browsers.
small applications and add-ons that "plug-in" to your web browser giving your browser more tools and options.
Additional software required by browsers to run specific formats, e.g. audio or video.
Additions to a software program to be installed to provide more functions.
Plug-ins are software programs that work within your web browser to handle file types that the browser cannot interpret. For example, plug-ins handle files containing video, sound, and virtual worlds.
Software that expands the features of main programs and adds multimedia capabilities to Web browsers. A plug-in is a small program that "plugs into" a large application and runs as a part of that application. PPP -- Point-To-Point Protocol. A communications language that lets users connect their PCs directly to the Internet through their telephone lines. Considered more advanced than the Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP) connection it is quickly replacing, PPP offers more error-checking capabilities as well as several forms of password protection.
A software program that adds a specific feature or service to a larger system. For example, plug-ins for Netscape and Internet Explore enable the display of different types of audio or video messages.
Conceptually, plug-ins are like Lego toys. They are software modules that add a specific feature or service to a larger system.
Software programs that extend the capability of browser - audio, video
Small applications that add new functionality, multimedia, or audio-video capability to a program.
Software modules (aka files) that add a specific feature or service to a larger system (aka your browser). For example, the Windows Media plug-ins for the Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer browsers enable them to handle streaming audio.
Small software accessory programs that work in conjunction with a Web browser to give it added capabilities such as the ability to play sounds or video. Unlike applets, which your computer uses only when connected to a Web page that contains them, plug-ins must be installed on your computer in advance and configured to work with your browser.
Broadly speaking, plug-ins are software modules that add to the functionality of an application.
These are special pieces of software, usually downloadable from the Internet, that add new capabilities to a web browser program. For instance, they allow special multimedia features that add sound and movies on some sites that we may choose to access.
Special mini-programs that are stored in a specific folder for the program that uses them. Plug-ins extend the functions of the program that they are added to. Internet and Graphics programs often use them to add features.
Plug-Ins are software pieces that add a specific feature or service to a larger system. For example, in order to view a PDF file, the Adobe Acrobat Reader® plug-in is required.
Unable to run on their own, these software modules plug into a sequencer, adding new sound generators or effects to it.
Programs that work within a browser to alter, enhance, or extend the browser‚s operation. They are often used for viewing video, animation or listening to audio files.
Third party software that adds new features to an existing program. A number of plug-ins are available for popular web browsers.
Small, limited-purpose programs that work with and add capabilities to larger graphics applications.
A small software that extends the capabilities of existing programs such as web browsers. Plug-ins allow the user to view or access certain applications. If one has an older browser, often s/he must download specific plug-ins to view PowerPoint slides, Flash movies, video or audio clips. Most plug-ns are free offer free alternatives.
WWW programs which enhance the use of browser software
Software that extends the capabilities of a web browser. There are hundreds of Plug-Ins, but only 2-3 are widely used. If you need one to access net resources, the site will usually tell you where to get it. Unlike Helper Apps Plug-Ins work inside the browser and cannot be used without it.
Special software program that make special things happen.
Software programs that enhance other programs or applications on your computer. There are plug-ins for Internet browsers, graphics programs, and other applications.
optional additional features which can be added to a software package.
Additions to programs to increase their power of functions. On the Internet, this usually refers to plug-ins for browsers. The most popular include Apple's Quicktime video player, Real Networks' RealPlayer for its streaming media format and Macromedia's Shockwave player for its Flash animation.