The video-playing world is in a state of transition.

In recent years, the video-player industry has been growing faster than any other industry, with a glut of new platforms and devices on the horizon.

The rise of the tablet has also meant that there’s a lot of room for new hardware, and as we reported back in February, the next generation of video-players has been coming out in the last year or so.

This is where things get a little tricky, and while we have some new hardware coming, there are a lot more moving parts in the video game industry than we might think.

The VideoGame Hardware Industry As we’ve said, the hardware that makes up a video game can be split into two main categories: graphics and sound.

A graphics chip is the part of a video-card that plays video.

There are multiple ways to make a video card, and the most popular of them is the integrated circuit (IC).

In the past, you would typically plug an integrated circuit into your computer and use a graphics card for that.

The IC that you plug into your video card will play video in your game, but it won’t be doing so on the graphics chip.

This means that you can’t see the video in the game’s framebuffer, nor can you change the framebuffer’s resolution, or even change the resolution of your graphics chip’s video signal.

In order to use an IC for this, you need to plug it into the video card’s video output, which you do by connecting it to the video output of your display.

The output of a display is what the game will display, and it’s also the video that you’ll see when you play the game.

The video you see is the result of the graphics processing coming from the IC, and that video is the one that the game displays on your display, with the video itself being just the background.

The problem with this approach is that it means that your graphics card is going to be responsible for rendering the video, and this means that the video will need to be in an uncompressed format.

You can think of it as having a format called a “high-quality bitmap.”

High-quality is a fancy way of saying that the bitmap is actually much larger than the actual bitmap.

High-resolution bitmaps are usually made up of a few different types of data: a high-resolution texture, which is the image itself, or the image’s position relative to the image.

A high-res texture can be anything from pixels to polygons to text, so the video image is really a lot bigger than it is.

If you’re looking at a high resolution image, it will look very, very blurry and distorted.

It’s like a blurry video image.

On the other hand, if you’re trying to play your game in an emulator, you’re going to want to see that video in its high-quality format.

This can be done by loading a high quality video onto the video chip.

That video will be played back at an ultra-high bitrate, which means that it will be running at the highest bitrate available.

When you play a video in a game, the game compresses the video file into a format that the processor can read and process, and then the processor writes the data back into the file.

As you might expect, this format is very slow and has to be read and written back into by the video’s processor.

This has the effect of making the video look more and more like a movie.

This compression process has the side effect of reducing the video quality.

A video game with an image in it will generally have a very low-resolution video.

This, of course, isn’t really a problem because a video image isn’t going to look any better than a pixelated image on a high, static display.

But if you want to play a game that has a high amount of texture detail in it, or you want the game to be able to use lots of high-definition video, then this compression process is going be needed.

In some games, this compression has the extra benefit of improving performance.

A game like Diablo 3, for example, can use the high-bitrate texture compression in order to improve its image quality.

It can use it to create much more detailed textures and to make textures look a lot smoother.

If a game has texture detail that is much more noticeable, then the game may want to use more texture compression to make that texture look more prominent.

If, however, the textures are not quite so prominent, then high-fidelity texture compression can help make those textures look less noticeable.

These two approaches can be combined to create something called “texture interpolation.”

The idea is that when a video stream is rendered, the frame buffer of the video processor is written to the memory of the game engine.

The frame buffer contains information about