Light, camera, action

Claquetes, those used instruments in the hour to say “light, camera, action” in the TV productions or cinema, is used to assist in the sincronia of the audio one with the video in the hour to edit a film, since the image is captured by a filmadora, but the sound is recorded in ribbon. Claquete is taken for front of the camera, having written down in it the numbers of the scene and taking of the production. These information are chores in high voice folloied of one batidinha enter the two parts of the instrument (the celebrity “clap”). In the hour to edit the film, the sincronia is conquered easily, locating “clap” of the ribbon of video with its recorded sound in the ribbon.

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