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Film Technology in Post Production, 2nd Edition by Dominic Case

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Glossary and Index

24P, 18, 173, 201. High-definition video format for production and post production.

3/2 pull-down, 174, 211. Method of converting 24 fps film to 30 fps NTSC video.

A- and B-rolls, 108. Assembly of alternate shots of 16 mm original negative in two rolls for printing.

A frame, 174, 182. First frame in the four-frame cycle of 3/2 pull-down, the only one corresponding exactly to one complete video frame.

A- and B-type, 112. A way of denoting emulsion position in 16 mm film.

A- and B-wind, 112. A way of denoting perforation position in 16 mm film.

Aaton code, 186. Timecode exposed in-camera onto the edge of film in a machine-readable format.

Academy curve, 144. Frequency–response curve used to limit distortion in high frequencies ...

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