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Video Production

Definitions about producing and editing videos.

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  • cinemagraph - A cinemagraph is an image that combines still photography with active video to create a picture that contains a small moving element while the rest is frozen.
  • digital evidence presentation system (DEPS) - A digital evidence presentation system (DEPS) is a system with an overhead camera and a liquid crystal display (LCD) used in courts to present and record evidence digitally.
  • Ogg Theora - Ogg Theora is an open-source video codec being developed by the Xiph.
  • pan (video) - pan: In a video, context, panning is the sweeping movement of a camera across a scene or the appearance of such movement in a video as created by EditDV's PZR filter.
  • pan setting - A pan setting, in an audio context, is the setting that determines how audio output is divided between left and right speakers.
  • patch Matrix - A patch Matrix, in a video context, is the display in the Monitors window that identifies video and audio tracks in the current source clip and the available tracks in the Sequencer window.
  • Picture in Picture (PIP) - Picture in Picture (PIP) is a video effect which places several complete images on the screen at the same time.
  • picture view - Picture view is a mode of appearance for EditDV's Project window.
  • point (type) - A point is a standard measurement unit for type sizes.
  • video display unit (VDU) - A video display unit (VDU) consists of:A computer output device that uses a cathode ray tube or other technology to present visual imagesOne or more input devices, such as a keyboard, a mouse, or both.
  • videogrammetry - Videogrammetry is the extraction of an object’s measurements from a video; measurements may be gathered from multiple angles or multiple videos.

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