audio delay edit
an edit that cuts to the video portion of the next scene before the corresponding audio of the new scene is heard by the audience.
a window on the computer monitor that displays the first frame of the video clips to be edited.
crash bang editing
a type of nonprofessional linear editing that is accomplished using only two consumer VCRs, neither of which is a video editor.
a copy of the master videotape.
another word for dub
the process of selecting the good portions of raw video footage and combining them into a coherent, sequential, and complete television program
specific locations on the videotape where an edit should begin and end
edit through black
an edit in which a cut is made during the black that appears on screen between a fade out and a fade in. Also called a kiss black.
the way in which one scene ends and the next scene begins.
linear editing system
video editing equipment that is based on videotape. The raw footage is placed in a source VCR and the "good" takes of the program footage are copied, in the order the audience will see them, to a tape in the record VCR.
a type of edit in which a similar action, concept, item, or a combination of these is placed on either side of a cut.
a type of edit in which a similar action, concept, item, or a combination of these is placed on either side of a dissolve.
nonlinear editing system
video editing equipment that is based on digital technology and uses high-capacity computer hard drives to store and process video and audio. The taped raw footage is converted to a digital format, copied to a computer's hard drive, and may then be arranged and otherwise manipulated.
rolling the tape in the source and record machines forward until reaching the edit-in point- automatically performed after backspacing is complete.
video delay edit
an edit that cuts to the audio portion of the next scene before the corresponding video of the new scene is seen by the audience.