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Glossary of Terms

1/4 Inch Reel Tapes - Same as Reel to Reel Tapes.

16mm Film - wider film area, more for professional use. Much better images produced.

33 Record - Same as an LP Record.

45 Record - Small 45 rpm vinyl disc used for listening to pre-recorded music or voice.

78 Record - One of the first consumer records available. Some were able to be recorded with a home recorder.

8mm - old film medium where the filmstrip is 8mm wide. Commonly used for home movie recordings.

8mm Videotapes - Fits in a camcorder and can record up to 2 hours. Better quality than VHS and VHS-C

8-Track Tape - It was popular in the United States from the mid-1960s to the late-1970s for listening to music.

Aging & Mold - Deterioration of film

Audio Cassette -  is a magnetic tape recording format for audio recording and playback.

Bad Baths - Chemicals used to process the film caused colors to shift.

BrokenVideotapes- Splice back together two pieces of videotape

Color Fading - The loss of color from home movie film due to age and storage conditions.

Conversion -  Transfer from one type of tape to another or DVD which is long term.

Copy - Duplicate one video or DVD to another

Copyright - Selling for profit another person's property or production (http://www.copyright.gov/).

DIgital Pictures - Camera pictures printed without film

Dirty FIlm - dirt and dust on the film surface.

Duplicate - Same as Copy - Make a identical copy of a DVD

DVD Duplication - Copy one DVD to another

Editing - Electronically cutting and splicing together a new video sequence or event.

Film - Photographic medium used to capture pictures/movies.

Film Problems - cracking, dirt, age, crystalization, fading of home movie films

Film Transfer - professionally preserve old home movie films to a DVD.

Floppy Disc -an older disk storage medium for data, photos, and small files

GIF -  Graphics Interchange Format. Used for short motion graphics.

HD VIdeo- High Definition video. Much sharper picture than standard definition video (SD)

Hi-8 videotapes - Same as 8mm tapes but higher quality. Will only play in a Hi-8 Camcorder (Pre-Digital).

International VIdeo - European or other country origins other than the United States.

JPEG - Most common form of photo file.

LCD Projector- Video Projector - Shows videos and computer programs on a large screen or wall

Lighting - Artificial lamp lights used to brighten a scene while videotaping.

LP Record - Large 33 rpm vinyl disc holding a series of recorded voice and music.

Memorial Tributes - Photos set to music with special effects(See a Sample Here)

Micro-Cassette - a small compact audio recording tape about 2 inches long.

Musical Tribute - Photos and or video set to music to celebrate a person or special event.

Negatives - Reverse images from a film camera

NTSC Videos- American Standard videotape (National Television Standards Code)

PAL Videos- Eurpoean video standard videotape

Photos - Pictures from snap shot cameras.

Pics - Short for Pictures

Prints - Pictures printed on photo paper

Reel to Reel Tapes - 1/4 inch wide used for recording voice and sound. Various recording speeds available.

Regular-8 - old home movie film

Re-Prints - Duplicate photos printed from another original photo

Slides - Positive images shown on a projector

Sound Film - home movie film with a sound track attached to the one side of the film.

Super-8 - old film medium where the film image area is larger and will produce a better image. 

Tape Repair- Splice back together broken videotape. VHS, 8mm, Mini-DV tape formats.

Taping- Same as Videotaping, just shortened.

Teleprompter- a device that projects words onto the front of a video camera for easy reading while being recorded.

TIFF - best form of photo file without compressing the photo pixels.

Transfer - Copy from one format to another  (Example VHS to DVD)

Tribute - Photos or video set to music to represent a person or special event

VHS Videotapes - About One Inch in width and square hard plastic shell about 8 inches ling.

VHS-C Videotapes - Same size as VHS, compact length (approx 4 inches) and must be used in an adapter.

Video Projector- Like a slide projector but shows videos on a large screenor wall.

VIdeotaping - Using a High Definition Video Camera to record an event 

Vinegar Syndrome - film deterioration - shrinkage, embrittlement, and buckling of the gelatin emulsion. (More Info)

Voice-Mail - Telephone messaging service available from cell-phone companies.

YouTube -  A website for viewing videos online

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1314 W. North Blvd. (441 North.), Leesburg, FL  34748

(Intersection of Citizens Blvd & 441 North.)

We service ;local towns such as: Zephyrhills, Dade City, Bushnell, Trilby, Alderman, Mabel, Linden, Tarrytown, Mascotte, Center Hill, Coleman, Webster, Marion County, Sumter County, Lake County, Leesburg, Groveland, Mt Dora, Eustis, Bushnell, Sumterville, Yalaha, Howie in the Hills, Zellwood, Plymouth, Dona Vista, Umatilla, Altoona, The Villages, Oxford, Lake Panasoffkee, Lacoochee, Hernando.