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American singer and songwriter Janet Jackson has released fifty-two music videos, in addition to eight video albums and two concert tour videos. Upon the debut of Control, she became a dominant figure in entertainment, establishing herself as one of the pioneers of the video era.[1] Her videography is considered among the most influential in popular culture by critics, who have lauded their elaborate sets, intricate dance routines, fashion, and meticulous detail.[2][3] Her story-telling videos display various concepts, ranging from large production pieces to socially conscious themes and controversial depictions of intimacy.[4] Throughout her work, Jackson was a preeminent influence in establishing the art of performance and choreography within music video.[1] Her videos have been described as the entertainment industry's highest standard, which Rolling Stone observed to create templates for numerous artists.[5][6] VH1 ranked heramong the greatest women in music video,[7] while MTV honored her with the Video Vanguard Award and inaugural Icon tribute for her impact within entertainment.[8][9]


Jackson's music videos have collectively won numerous accolades, such as Grammy Awards for Best Long and Short Form videos,[10] MTV Japan's "Inspiration Award", and Billboard Awards' "Music Video Award for Artistic Achievement".[11][12] Her early videos, such as "Nasty", "The Pleasure Principle", and "Alright", became iconic for their intense choreography and locale.[13] "Rhythm Nation" has been thought to portray the most influential choreography and setting in a music video by multiple critics, achieving legendary status.[6][14] "Love Will Never Do (Without You)" unveiled Jackson's physical evolution to adulthood,[15] while "If" showcased its famous dance routine, interracial lust, and futuristic technology.[16][17] Other notable videos include the spiritual theme of "Together Again" and aquatic scenery in "Every Time".[18][19] Videos such as "All for You" and "Feedback" have also influenced a diverse array of artists.[20][21][22] Jackson has multiple videos ranked among the most expensive of all-time, which include "Doesn't Really Matter" and "Scream", the most expensive in history.[23]

The video for Jackson's song "What Have You Done For Me Lately" catapulted her into "megastar status", while "Nasty" was declared "a feminist film theorist's programmatic deconstruction of the male gaze".[24][25] "Control" depicted a stage performance, as she portrayed what would later become her signature moves.[15] "Let's Wait Awhile" marked the directorial debut of Dominic Sena, whose collaborations with Jackson lead him to direct films starring Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.[26] "Miss You Much" became notorious for its industrial setting and iconic chair routine, which Glenn Gamboa considered to have "changed the way radio sounded and MTV looked".[27] "The Pleasure Principle" depicts a lengthy freestyle dance performance and chair sequence, which Entertainment Tonight observed to be "ripped off wholesale by pop acts ever since".[28] Aspects of the video have been emulated by Robyn,[29] Britney Spears,[30] Lady Gaga,[29] The Pussycat Dolls,[31] and Jennifer Lopez, inspiring her to pursue a career in entertainment.[32]

Jackson's attire in "All for You" was considered to inspire fashion trends, while Variety observed the imagery of "Someone to Call My Lover" to be influential.[36][64] "Son of a Gun" displayed a "dark, brooding revenge tale" using voodoo and telekenesis, thought to inspire Justin Timberlake's "Cry Me a River".[65][66] Jackson filmed herself on DVD in "Just a Little While"; its plot later applied via Skype in Kelela's "Melba's Call".[63] "All Nite (Don't Stop)" took place in an abandoned warehouse during a power outage, using a car battery to restore electricity.[67] "So Excited" became the first music video to use Panavision Genesis x-ray technology.[68] The galactic theme and visuals of "Feedback" were observed to be incorporated in multiple videos, from artists including Namie Amuro, David Guetta, Misha B, and Robin Thicke.[21][22][69][70]

VLC For Android publicly started with a beta project and now, they have launched a full-fledged app that is supported wholly by the VideoLAN team. They claim it to be the best open source video and music player that is fast and user-friendly. It already has over 100 million downloads in the Play Store. This port for Android can play any video and audio stored on your phone, tablet or any other device powered by Android. Apart from local storage, it can also access network streams, network shares, and DVD ISOs.

Hmmm.Seems something has changed in a newer update.I use VLC on my phone to play music videos, and I used to be able to shuffle them, but now when I open the menu with equalpize/repeat/shuffle etc, and I tap shuffle, it just removes the crossed arrows and doesnt highligth them in yellow to indicate it is on.

I am using VLC on my Android tab for learning a language which uses MP4 videos. I pause and think then start the video again. After a couple of seconds the Pause menu dissapears automatically. Is there a way to keep the Pause menu visible all the time?TIAGlyn

Music recorded for another media. It can be used in a motion picture, television show, stage performance, internet stream, or video game. It can even be music made to accompany a book or graphic novel. A soundtrack can be part instrumental score, part songs with vocals, and also a musical (Frozen). Scores and musicals are subgenres of soundtracks.

3.2. Additional Information. The standard, original version of an album, track, or music video must not include any additional information in the title unless it is needed to identify the content.

5.1. Accuracy. Albums, tracks, and music videos must be delivered with the release date of their original issue, digitally or physically, regardless of version or country or region of origin. For all albums released after the year 2000, deliver at the level of day, month, and year. For deep catalog albums released before the year 2000, deliver this metadata to the extent it is known whether it be to the day, month, or year.

8.5. Non-Standard Music Videos. Music videos that are artist interviews, commentaries, behind the scenes, or similar in content must be bundled with a music album and cannot be delivered individually.

8.11. Inactive Pixels in Cover Art. Only the active pixel area may be included in music video cover art. Music video cover art must not contain inactive pixels, black bars, or letterboxing on the outer portions of the video frames. Inactive pixels on the cover art will not be accepted and must be cropped out.

Disc Compatibility: The unit has a front-loading disc-slot to make loading your disc easier because there is no panel to slide or fold-down. The Kenwood DDX57S supports playback of DVD-Video, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, CD-Audio, & CD-R/RW discs. The head unit supports a variety of music & video files via CD and DVD.

AM/FM Tuner: DDX57S features a built-in AM/FM tuner with manual, seek, and preset tuning. You can store a total of 15 FM stations presets and 5 AM station presets. The radio allows you to set your AM/FM stations manually or automatically. You can activate the monaural mode to improve FM reception, when a station is weak (the stereo effect will be lost).

Equalizer presets are available only when you have the headset plugged in. They are not part of the music player itself but of a separate application called Audio Booster. That setup allows you to make use of the presets when you watch videos or even when you listen to music on an alternative player.

The Diamond built-in FM radio naturally requires the headset to be plugged-in. As we already told you however, you would be better off using a third-party headset with some sort of 3.5mm audio adapter, as the original set is not well suited for listening to music.

Much like Spotify, auto-generated playlists are available, tuned to your interests, which is where music streaming apps shine. They learn as you listen to better recommend and alert you of exciting music, which is worlds better than crawling through online stores looking for what's new.

Traditionalists love VLC for Android for its reliable simplicity and tons of utility. Those looking for something design-forward won't find much here. It's a bare-bones, no guff kind of music-playing experience. On the plus side, you can include video in your music playback.

All Your Favorite Music. All Your Favorite Stations. All Free. Listen to music you love. Stream unlimited music, thousands of radio stations and podcasts all in one app. iHeartRadio is easy to use and best of all, it's FREE.

Vevo is the world's leading music video platform and is home to today's hottest artists and the most iconic performers from the past. Discover exclusive Vevo Originals, video premieres, playlists and much more.

For instance, revenues from music licensing have more than doubled during the past 15 years due to new and more active licensing practices, but also due to the fact that the media industries have changed in a similar way as the music industry. There are now considerably more television channels, radio channels, videogames, Internet websites, and other outlets than only two decades ago, and most of these outlets need music as their primary or secondary content. Music publishers have also in general been more nimble than the record labels to address the demand from new media outlets. A clear example of how music publishers changed their business practices is how they strive to establish themselves as a one-stop shop for musical intellectual properties, where media outlets can clear all their music licenses with a single contract. That may sound like an obvious service, but in the traditional music industry it was not always the case. Rather, there was one legal entity holding the rights to the composition and another legal entity controlling the rights of the recording of the musical work (the master). Music publishers in the age of digital distribution increasingly control both the master and the composition, which makes the licensing process more efficient. The music licensing industry has during the past 15 years evolved into the most profitable music industry sector and is often also considered as the most innovative and agile sector of the three. 041b061a72

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