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  1. I think I'm using the term PRELAP wrong? I'm using it for a VO that starts before that scene begins. Is that correct?

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    2. sbbn

      sbbn

      [continuing on...] If there is pre-lap dialogue, you can indicate it with PRE-LAP or V.O. Either is acceptable."

       

      So do with that what you will. That's John August's take on the subject. Logically, it makes sense to me (if for no other reason than what each abbreviation stands for) but honestly, I could care less what people do as long as I don't stumble over what they are writing, trying to figure out what the hell they mean.

    3. sbbn

      sbbn

      I've never heard (or thought when reading)that VO implies narrator duty. To me I've always read VO as a voice over, nothing more, nothing less.

    4. palostick

      palostick

      Like I said SBBN, different strokes…I'v been writing professionally for 17 years. I'm not on the same page as August, as much as I admire the man. For me, VO=Voiceover, OS - off screen

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