A thin, narrow board with one edge thicker than the other, used as siding. CertainTeed siding brands offer clapboard-style siding in different exposures, several different textures, and even different panel projections.
Small board which holds information identifying a shot: working title of the movie, names of director and DP, scene and take numbers, date, and time. Used at the beginning of a take, the clapboard has a hinged stick which is "clapped" to provide audio/visual synchronization.
( planche à gorge) siding or cladding of bevelled boards laid horizontally and overlapping at the top and bottom, applied to the outside of a wood-framed building to make it weatherproof; the face of each board is oblique to the wall (also called bevelled siding).
A thin, narrow siding board applied horizontally on the exterior of a home. The board is somewhat wedge shaped with the lower edge fatter than the top. Each piece laps over the lower piece creating a rain proof connection.
Siding, consisting of long, beveled, overlapping horizontal boards, usually cedar, which are usually tapered in thickness, with the thicker lower edge of one board overlapping the thinner top edge of the board below.
Clapboard, also known as bevel siding or lap siding (with regional variants as to the exact definitions of these terms), is a board used typically for exterior horizontal siding that has one edge thicker than the other and where the board above laps over the one below. It is often found in New England architecture.
A mini chalkboard that has the name of the production, director, producer. It is used to keep records of what scene is being filmed and makes a clapping sound to tell the person editors where to start the sound.