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Jack: 1) A type of connector used in sound equipment; sometimes called a phone jack. There are two types, mono and stereo, found in two sizes (standard: 6.3mm and mini: 3.5mm). At one time most sound equipment used standard jacks, but now they are usually only used on line-level gear: microphones normally have XLR connectors. 2) A triangular-shaped brace used to support scenery.
Jog: A narrow flat, usually between one and four feet wide.
Jump Cut: An instantaneous cut from one action to another, at first seemingly unrelated, action. Jump cuts will usually call attention to themselves because of the abrupt change in time and/or place.

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