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

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Key grip:

Head lighting technician on a movie crew. Chapter 6.

Key light:

Primary light source in a scene; central point of a classic, three-point lighting plan; “Rembrandt” lighting. Chapter 6.

Keyframing:

Creating transformation within a video sequence by changing the starting and ending frames; in-betweening; interpolation process. Chapter 10.

Keying:

In video postproduction, compositing process that substitutes portions of a second scene for every instance of a value (luminance key) or color (chroma key) in the first scene. Chapter 6.

Kick:

In lighting terminology, any bright reflection off an object. Chapter 6.

Kinescope:

Film transfer from video made by photographing a program as it plays on a television screen. Chapter 12.

Kodalith:

Kodak brand ...

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