(noun). A person who unintentionally owns someone/something
(verb). To unintentionally own someone/something
Dude, that's the forth time today you accidently pwned someone. You must be proud to be a codex?
HOLY CRAP! Did you just codex that guy?
The Codex workflow is an end-to-end, camera-to-post system that makes production easier and more efficient than ever before.
The Codex workflow is made up of three types of product – Recorders, Transfer, and Final Delivery systems. You can use them alone or together, depending on your application.
Our versatile range of Codex recorders cover all digital production applications – from broadcast studio work to ultimate cinema-quality recording. The Portable or Recorder systems provide hours of continuous recording and revolutionary ways of using the results.
These units allow you to make everything from simple backup copies to full production deliverables, right on set or from a location office. As with all Codex products, the Transfer Stations deliver results much faster than real time.
The Transfer Stations integrate seamlessly with the Codex Lab. The Lab is comprised from a series of powerful transcoding and voluminous storage modules, which provide all the deliverables and capacity that any production might need – from rushes to archiving, in a wide variety of formats. They can use many third-party RAID systems.
used as a substitute for penis, and different forms can be used as a substitute for "fuck", a pronoun, an adjective, or just about anything else fathomable. It is a very versatile word.
Codex as a noun: My codex itches.
Codex as a pronoun: Hey Codex!
Codex as a verb: Hey baby, let's codex
Codex as an adj.: This his head was codex shaped.
A codex can also be used to curse something. Instead of saying "Fuck you!", one may say "Codex you!"