FILM & VIDEO PRODUCTION GLOSSARY

# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
There are currently 9 names in this directory beginning with the letter J.
J-Lar
J-Lar is transparent tape for splicing gels together. (Grip / lighting)

Jam Sync:
Jam Sync is the process of locking a time code generator with a coded tape, to extend or replace the code. The Jam Sync is used in the video production industry when the original code is poor quality. Jam Sync is also the process of synching the sound recordist with a film camera. (Camera crew)

Japanese Lantern:
A paper-covered wire frame globe into which a socket and bulb may be placed. (Lighting)

Jib
A Jib is term for the movement of the crane arm, which is known as the jib arm in the video production industry. (Camera crew)

Jib Arm
A Jib Arm is used on a jib and supported by a dolly, tripod, or other device. The Jib Arm has a counterweight to allow camera movement for an increased range of motion during film or video production. (Production)

Juicer
A term used by a video production company for an electrician (Tradesmen)

Jump-Cut
A Jump-Cut is used to advance in time during video production, to create a noticeable or exaggerated effect. (Film & video editing)

Junior
A Junior is a 2kW Fresnel light unit. (Lighting)

Juxtaposition
The technique used in film or video production to include in scenes footage which compares and contrasts, thereby creating a relationship between the subjects or objects. (Production)

# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
There are currently 9 names in this directory beginning with the letter J.
J-Lar
J-Lar is transparent tape for splicing gels together. (Grip / lighting)

Jam Sync:
Jam Sync is the process of locking a time code generator with a coded tape, to extend or replace the code. The Jam Sync is used in the video production industry when the original code is poor quality. Jam Sync is also the process of synching the sound recordist with a film camera. (Camera crew)

Japanese Lantern:
A paper-covered wire frame globe into which a socket and bulb may be placed. (Lighting)

Jib
A Jib is term for the movement of the crane arm, which is known as the jib arm in the video production industry. (Camera crew)

Jib Arm
A Jib Arm is used on a jib and supported by a dolly, tripod, or other device. The Jib Arm has a counterweight to allow camera movement for an increased range of motion during film or video production. (Production)

Juicer
A term used by a video production company for an electrician (Tradesmen)

Jump-Cut
A Jump-Cut is used to advance in time during video production, to create a noticeable or exaggerated effect. (Film & video editing)

Junior
A Junior is a 2kW Fresnel light unit. (Lighting)

Juxtaposition
The technique used in film or video production to include in scenes footage which compares and contrasts, thereby creating a relationship between the subjects or objects. (Production)