Rebroadcast

See Reissue, Rerelease.

Red color separation record

In a two-color separation, the red color separation is the record of the complimentary blue or green light values in a scene recorded on black and white negative film.  In a three-color separation, the red color separation is the record printed from the cyan color separation negative onto black and white positive film.  The red color separation may also be printed from three-layer negative film.  See also Color separation, Cyan color separation record.

Reduction

The duplication of a larger gauge film onto a smaller gauge stock.  Most often applies to 16 mm. copies of 35 mm. films.

Reel

See Film reel, Videoreel.

Reference print

See Viewing print.

Reference source

See Secondary source.

Rehearsals

Individual or collective preparations that transpire before a performance takes place or a production is broadcast, taped, or filmed.

Reissue

The releasing or broadcasting of a work, subsequent to the original release or broadcast, by a distributor or broadcaster other than the original one with no modifications to its contents.  Sometimes used interchangeably with rerelease.

Release

See Broadcast, Distribution, Telecast.

Releaser

See Distributor.

Remake

A later production of a moving image work which has been previously made.

Rerecorded track

A sound track made by electronically transferring the earlier sound from one or more sources in order to make adjustments and improve quality.  May be positive or negative.

Rerelease

The releasing or broadcasting of a work, subsequent to the original release or broadcast, by the original distributor or broadcaster with no modifications to its contents.  Sometimes used interchangeably with reissue.

Reversal duplicate negative

A negative on reversal film that has been made directly from exposure to an original negative or other negative.

Reversal master positive

A master positive that has been made directly from exposure to a positive film, usually from an original reversal positive.

Reversal original

See Original reversal positive.

Reversal positive

A positive that either has been exposed in a camera and used to make a positive or has been made directly from exposure to a positive.

Reversal print

A print on reversal film that has been made directly from exposure to a positive film.

Roll

See Film roll.

Romanization

Conversion of text not written in the roman alphabet to the roman alphabet.  See also Transliteration.

Rushes

Picture and sound work prints of a day’s shooting usually shown before the next day’s shooting begins.

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