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a digital audio workstation program with an emphasis on live performance and looping.
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determine the value or values of parameters in an After Effects project.
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a now obsolete prosumer video-editing software developed by Apple Inc.
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the forth major version of the Adobe's multimedia software suite since it was renamed to Creative Suite.
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A maker of camera gear.
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a technique used to switch from one source to another.
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an internet protocol for streaming audio, video and data over the internet.
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Sound that comes from two sources, usually speakers or headphones, creating a dimensional effect. This is the most common target for audio recordings. This tag is for questions that deal specifically …
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extensible software components designed to work within another piece of software. They typically add functionality or processing options to the built-in features of the software.
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Image sensors, as used on still and video cameras.
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A measure of the clarity and/or cleanliness of an audio signal. There can be both objective and subjective measures. It can refer to any point in the audio chain, from source, through recording and …
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the ratio between the width and the height of a video asset.
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specifically related to the 2014 Creative Cloud versions of Adobe's suite of software.
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the process of adjusting frequency levels within a signal. On this site, it refers generally to adjusting frequency content in audio. Use this tag for questi…
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an interface standard used for connecting external devices to computers. It is similar in concept, but not in implementation, to USB. Firewire is frequently used …
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The visual clarity of an image through an optical system, or the process of affecting it.
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The fitting attached either to the end of a cable, or the receptacle. E.g., RCA, XLR, TRS, BNC, HDMI, etc.
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An open-source media container format.