By: Nazia Adnin
2) Negative Pickup:
An agreement where a distributor acquires a finished negative and agrees to pay P&A and distribution costs. As opposed to deals where the distributor is involved during production.
3) NG aka No Good:
An abbreviation of the phrase "no good", which can be used to describe various aspects of filmmaking, i.e. "an ng take".
4) Negative Ratio:
The aspect ratio of the negative used to shoot the film.
5) New Deal:
Changing setup, either for a new camera position or a new scene.
6) Non-Linear editing:
Non-linear editing process.
An abbreviation of National Television Standards Committee. It is a standard for TV/video display in the US and Canada.