F&E: Film and Equipment. A screw-locking video connector originally used in the US film industry. See Figure F.1. (Hist.)
Figure F.1 F&E socket
fade: (1) The controlled gradual reduction or increase of a picture image or an audio or video signal. (2) The decrease in strength of a received signal due to transmission (1) variations.
fade down: The gradual reduction of an audio signal or lamp intensity.
fade-in: See fade-up.
fade-out: The gradual disappearance of a picture, usually to uniform black (fade to black), or the decrease of an audio signal.
fade-up: The gradual appearance of a picture, usually from a uniform black, or the increase ...