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FILMMAKING. VOCABULARY LIST #5. EDITION DECISION LIST (EDL). A list used by the editor to determine the look of the final version of the film. EYE LINE. The location/direction where an actor should look. It can be useful with a pov shot. HEAD. The beginning of a roll of tape.

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filmmaking

FILMMAKING

VOCABULARY LIST #5

edition decision list edl
EDITION DECISION LIST (EDL)
  • A list used by the editor to determine the look of the final version of the film.
eye line
EYE LINE
  • The location/direction where an actor should look. It can be useful with a pov shot.
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HEAD
  • The beginning of a roll of tape.
insert shot
INSERT SHOT
  • A close-up of some detail in a scene.
point of view shot pov
POINT OF VIEW SHOT (POV)
  • A shot from the perspective from one of the characters where the audience sees the scenes from their eyes.
safety
SAFETY
  • An additional take, after a successful one, as a backup.
scratch test
SCRATCH TEST
  • This is done before filming to ensure that the film/tape does not contain any scratches or imperfections.
underexposure
UNDEREXPOSURE
  • Filming a scene with less light than what is needed.
wild sound
WILD SOUND
  • Non-sync sound recorded without the camera running; usually recorded to supplement sync.
apple box
APPLE BOX
  • A wooden box used to raise equipment; an early version of a tripod.