Glossary

A neg — Exposed negative that is telecined and used for cutting. A neg comprises the circled takes on a production.

A-roll — Also referred to as single strand conforming. A method of conforming a single strand of negative, used primarily for 35mm film.

Aaton code — A type of time code used in Aaton cameras. Aaton code is accurate to within a tenth of a second, but readable only through Aaton Keylink telecine database systems.

Aaton file — A telecine log format whose suffix ends with .flx. Also known as a flex file.

A/B strand conforming — Also referred to as dual strand conforming. A method of conforming two strands of negative, used primarily for 16mm film.

Absolute frames — A method of measuring film, as opposed to footage+ frames. ...

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