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Real World Digital Video, Second Edition by Gerald Everett Jones, Pete Shaner

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Back end:

Any distribution revenue from a movie over and above domestic box office receipts. Chapter 12.

Back light:

In a three-point lighting plan, light that falls on the subject from behind and separates it from the background. Chapter 6.

Background lighting:

General illumination of a set, particularly the back wall, rather than specific objects or players in it. Chapter 6.

Backtiming:

Determining the insertion point of a music clip by timing backward from a desired sync point. Chapter 11.

Balancing color:

Compensating for different color temperatures within a lighting setup to achieve consistent overall color rendition. Chapter 3.

Ballast:

Starter/regulator for fluorescent lights. Chapter 6.

Barn doors:

Hinged panels on the front of movie light ...

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