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A/B-Roll Editing: The technique of rolling two source VCRs (the A machine and B machine) simultaneously while editing to perform special audio or video effects.

AC Adapter: A device that is used to convert alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC). Most portable video equipment requires the use of an AC adapter to convert regular household current to DC.

Active Streaming Format (ASF): The file format used in Windows Media to store and deliver media over the Internet or any other network.

Additive Primary Colors: Red, green, and blue are the additive primary colors of light. A color separation system based on these primary colors operates in all color video cameras.

Aesthetic Elements: Production variables and the ways in which ...

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