filmsetting

filmsetting

(ˈfɪlmˌsɛtɪŋ)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing typesetting by exposing type characters onto photographic film from which printing plates are made
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filmsetting

[ˈfɪlmsetɪŋ] Nfotocomposición f
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filmsetting

[ˈfɪlmˌsɛtɪŋ] n (Typ) → fotocomposizione f
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Filmsetting or photocomposition, based on familiar photographic processes, was done with proprietary commercial systems, some of which were developed and marketed by old-established names among the typefoundries and composing machine makers like Berthold and Linotype, and this seemed to ensure their survival as companies.
In the third area of consumables, filmsetting and platemaking, HQP hopes to eventually do away with the film.