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ECU Stands for Extreme Close Up
Edit Decision List Compilation of all edits with in and out timecodes
Edit Points The beginning and end points of an edit
Edited Master The original copy of an edited programme
Editing The process of joining one shot to another
Editing Script A script based on the actual footage with notes to assist the edit
Editor Someone who puts pieces of imagery or sound together
EDL

Edit Decision List - Compilation of all edits with in and out timecodes

EFP

Electronic Field Production - Filming of a production with at least one camera out of the studio

Electrionic News Gathering Using equipment in the field to shoot and/or edit a story that is transmission ready
Electronic Field Production Filming of a production with at least one camera out of the studio
ELS

Extreme Long Shot - A long distance shot of an exterior location

Encoding The process of compressing video for downloading or streaming
End Roll When recording continues after a scene to help the edit
ENG

Electronic News Gathering - Using equipment in the field to shoot and/or edit a story that is transmission ready

EP

Executive Producer - Responsible for the overall quality of a project, ensuring specific broadcast guidelines are met

Establishing Shot A wide shot of a particular scene or scenario to indicate to the audience where they are
EVS

A manufacturer of live outside broadcast video systems

Executive Producer Responsible for the overall quality of a project, ensuring specific broadcast guidelines are met
Ext

Exterior Shot - An outside shot, for example the exterior of a building. Can also be recreated in a studio

Exterior Shot An outside shot, for example the exterior of a building. Can also be recreated in a studio
Extra An actor with little or no dialogue, frequently seen in the background of a scene
Extreme Close Up An extreme detailed view of an object or person (an extreme close up of a face would typically show just the eyes or mouth)
Extreme Long Shot A long distance shot of an exterior location
Eye Level Shot When the camera is positioned at the same height of the person observing a scene
Eyeline An imaginary line from the subject to a camera