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vision mixer

n
1. (Broadcasting) the person who selects and manipulates the television signals from cameras, film, and other sources, to make the composite programme
2. (Professions) the person who selects and manipulates the television signals from cameras, film, and other sources, to make the composite programme
3. (Broadcasting) the equipment used for vision mixing
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vision mixer

n (TV) (= person)Bildmischer(in) m(f); (= equipment)Bildmischpult nt
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