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

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IC index:

Feature on some camcorders that logs a take's starting point and timecode location on the tape by creating an electronic table in an embedded chip, or integrated circuit (IC), in special Mini DV cassettes. Chapter 4.

Improvisational approach:

Permitting experimentation on the set in terms of actors' performances and/or shot design. Chapter 5.

In and out points:

Pointers that mark the beginning and end of that part of the clip you'll use in the final sequence. Chapter 10.

In the can:

Successfully capturing a desired shot; cinematographer's term for a completed take. Chapter 1.

In-betweening:

Creating a transformation within a video sequence by changing the starting and ending frames and letting the computer calculate how to change, gradually, ...

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