What does “LINE” mean?

Posted on August 2, 2008. Filed under: Definitions | Tags: |

“Line” relates to the source of the audio for the release, which is typically recorded from the headphone output in a cinema, then dubbed over an existing video source from another country. The result is a better quality audio stream than perhaps a cam might have.

If anyone has any clearer information, let us know!

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4 Responses to “What does “LINE” mean?”

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I didn’t understand the definition here. :\

Hope the update makes it clearer..

Now it’s understandable.
Finally I now that Line is sounds like TS and the others are like sounds like CAM.

Thanks.

There cinemas where there are special seats where Headphones can be connected, in order to allow people with hearing problems hear the movie properly.

Using an Hijack plug instead of headphones one, and using an audio recorded, movie audio can be recorded with a great quality.

Is from here where the LINE audio comes.


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