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An open-source media container format.
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a 3D modeling, animation and rendering application developed by MAXON Computer GmbH of Friedrichsdorf, Germany. It is capable of procedural and polygonal/subd modeling, animating, lightin…
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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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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 ratio between the width and the height of a video asset.
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Removal of dirt and debris.
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An extended pole from which a microphone or other production related device can be mounted to hold it over a scene.
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a set shade of blue. This screen is used so that when a subject is filmed in front of it, the screen can easily be removed and replaced with any background.
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sent and a sound is heard, measured in milliseconds.
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a line of tablet computers designed and marketed by Apple Inc.
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An open source audio/video library.
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optimized for quality and performance. This type of format is generally used after shooting, while editing and before encoding to a more highly compressed final output.
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HDCP or High Definition Content Protection is the content protection scheme of the HDMI standard.
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Unwanted sound, as opposed to "signal", meaning desired sound, as in "signal-to-noise ratio"
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A list of media files which should be played back, generally in order.
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Vocal refers to the voice, and more broadly any sounds produced by the throat.
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a descendant of Firewire and primarily used with computers made by Apple.
A magnetic media that can hold either analog or digital data. It is generally a thin strip wrapped around a wheel and will spin from one wheel to another while being played back.
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 …
included with certain versions of Microsoft Windows.
A cinematic technique involving shifting the focus from one point to another, generally to shift attention from one subject to another.
A popular brand of professional video camera.
a visual programming language for processing audio and visual data.