Video jargon can quickly get complicated, and can seem even worse to stills photographers who’ve learned a whole lexicon of photography concepts and terms and now have to do the same with the very different world of video. But the video basics are comparatively simple and easily learned, and the rest can follow from that. […]
An older form of video production where frames are captured using ‘odd’ and ‘even’ lines only and the frames are then ‘interlaced’ for playback. It was used when video camera and broadcast technology were much less powerful than they are today.