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Off-screen referred

  • the personality and behavior of an actor in private life, in contrast to the characters he plays in the film ( on-screen ), not to be confused with off camera
  • the instruction "OS" in scripts to identify spoken text or a sound whose origin should not be in the camera's perspective
  • Offscreen (computer) or "offscreen buffer", a memory area in which a screen content is built up while another screen content is viewed
  • Offscreen (film) , a Danish film
  • Offscreen (Filmjournal) , Canadian online film journal (ISSN 1712-9559)
  • Offscreen (visualization) , a method from the field of visualization technology to make information visible outside the screen at the edge of the screen