Foley: the slight noises that make the shot come alive in your ears
Trailer: the trailer of the movie is the short series of scenes that show you what is to come in the movie.
Postproduction: the period where they edit the movie and add in the special effect.
Rough cut: the very basic version the of the movie
Zoom: where they enhance of a certain position on the screen or on a character.
Long shot: a shot where everything close is out of focus and the its focused on far away.
Close up: where it gets a shot of a characters face.
Special effects: explosions and effects that are put onto the screen to add depth to scene or character
Panning: it’s where they start at one point and move slowly to the left or right to give you a look at the terrain.
Frame rates: the amount of frames per second the movie is in.
Outtake: scenes that cant be used because either they had technical issues or a actor broke character.
Backing track: the track in the background like ambient noise like dripping water in a cave or people talking and chatting in a bar.
Score: the original sound track for the film or play.
Voice over: a narrator or a character monologuing
Editing: putting all the scenes together and making sure all the audio and pictures sync up.
High definition: the video and sound a very high quality
Multitrack: making multiple audio tracks fit together.
Hard disk: is an internal storage device.
Clapperboard: a board to help sync the sound and audio.
Freeze frame: a shot where the camera stop on a certain person or thing
Wrap: a phrase used by directors to tell people that shooting has stopped for the day.