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Mag stripe:

Sprocketed film stock coated with magnetic oxide, used for motion picture soundtracks. Chapter 12.

Manual production board:

Color-coded production schedule in which each vertical paper strip holds the information for one scene, and scenes are arranged in the calendar order in which they will be shot; first AD or second AD has custody of the board on the set; strip board. Chapter 8.

Marker:

Timecode and label on a DVD indicating the in or out point of a clip; also, the destination for a jump. Chapter 12.

Martini:

Last shot of the day. Chapter 9.

Master negative:

Film original used for creating an intermediate negative from which release prints will be struck. Chapter 12.

Master shot:

Continuous take of an entire scene, showing all the ...

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