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AR DCIV Unit 3

Video Post-Production

Aspect ratio the relationship between the width and height of an image; conventional video and TV is 4:3; widescreen 16:9
B-roll (cut away) supplemental or alternate footage intercut with the main shot in an interview or documentary
Burning the process of transferring or recording data to an optical disk, i.e. DVD
Duration the span between the in point and the out point of a video clip
Fading one image slowly dissolves to display the next image or fades to black
File compression reducing the file size of video while maintaining acceptable quality
Frame rate The number of frames recorded per second
Frame size also referred to as resolution, expressed by the horizontal and vertical dimensions of a frame
Lower thirds in the television industry, an element placed in the lower area of the screen, though not necessarily the entire lower third; example, sports scores or news highlights across the bottom of the screen
Nat sounds natural sounds; the sounds that would naturally occur where video is being shot
NTSC broadcast standard used in North America; uses 4:3 aspect ratio with 29.97 fps;
PAL broadcast standard used in most of Europe and the rest of the world; uses 4:3 ratio with 25fps
Render to build a preview of a project from the source files such as video clips, audio clips, titles, graphics, transitions, etc.
Rolling credits credits at the end of a video production that gradually roll up the screen in a continuous list.
Scrubbing a manual preview of a video project
Sound bite short piece of an speech or interview used in video production
Superimpose layering images or video
Templates a format used to provide a consistent look and feel to a production; can be predefined by the software or created by the developer
Timeline an editing interface that lays out a video project in a linear fashion
Title overlay superimposing text on an image or video
Transition special effects set to occur between the frames in a video production
Video capture the process of transferring video from a camera to the computer
Voice-over the recorded voice narrating the story
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