What is print-through?

print-through meaning in Information Science terminology / glossary / dictionary is:

In motion picture film, artifacts on the original (edge codes, stock markings, dirt, scratches, abrasions, perforations, etc.) that in printing show up less distinctly on the new element in reverse of the duplicate‘s own markings. In sound recording, unwanted noise or background caused by the transfer of a magnetic field and its signal from one section of audiotape to an adjacent section on a roll that is tightly wound.


reference: ABC-CLIO