If neither iTunes window size suits you, you can also double-click the album cover of the track currently playing (displayed in either the full window or the miniplayer) to pop out a larger version of the cover that you can resize -- and one that also displays music playback controls when you roll the mouse over the image.
What does PBC stand for?
PBC stands for Playback Control
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 333 other meanings of PBC in our Acronym Attic
- Phyllis Browning Company (San Antonio, TX)
- Piedmont Baptist College (North Carolina)
- Pilgrim Baptist Church
- Pink Broadcasting Company
- Pipelined Burst Cache
- Pittsburgh Brewing Company
- Plain-Text Block Chaining
- Planning Boards and Committees
- Plant Biotechnology Center (various schools)
- Plastic Bottle Club
Samples in periodicals archive:
The app, free from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store, functions as a full remote with keyboard and allows online content search and playback control.
The patent application features several statements on how a touch-based smartcover display can add new functionality to the iPad, including an additional row of icons on the homescreen as well as movie playback controls at the rear of the device.
S&T Player offers a configurable and customised application for browsing and navigation of content as well as playback control for hybrid broadcast broadband platforms.
The playback controls are extremely basic and audio quality through the built-in speaker was quite poor.
In synergy with our intelligence sourcing article It's not what You do, it's how you do it in this issue, Teac offers an upgrade to standard mission debriefing with its PC-based digital Mission Data Debrief Software (MDDS) system, which provides automatic synchronised playback control of digital Mpeg-2 audio/video files.
Add mouse hotspots and customized playback controls, and your demo becomes fully interactive.