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Film Editing 1
Terms in this set (10)
When something happens out of sequence in the story of a film of when something exists that shouldn't be there based on the error.
A method of editing in which the point of view (p.o.v.) switches alternately from events at one location to those of another related action.
A form of animation in which objects are filmed frame-by-frame and altered slightly in between each frame. Also known as go-motion
The process of slowing the frame rate of a camera down, so that when the captured pictures are played at the normal frame rate the action appears to be in fast motion.
A backdrop that actors are filmed in front of. Later the blank screen can be filled with digitally generated images to complete the background. (AKA: blue or green screen).
A change in camera angle or placement, location, or time.
The first shot of a new scene, that introduces the audience to the space in which the forthcoming scene will take place.
In Media Res
The technique of relating a story from the midpoint, rather than the beginning
A technique in film editing in which a series of short shots are edited into a sequence to condense space, time, and information. The term has been used in various contexts.
The process of speeding the frame rate of a camera up, so that when the captured pictures are played at the normal frame rate the action appears to be in slow motion.
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