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M03 PRINCIPLES OF VIDEO & FILM

REVIEW ACTIVITIES:

  • QUIZLET
  • STUDY STACK
  • KAHOOT PREVIEW
  • JEOPARDY GAME

VOCABULARY:  click links for detailed glossary page:

  • CROSS-CUTTING: An editing technique that allows two actions to be shown at once by alternating back and forth between them - presenting part of one, then part of the other, then back to the first, and so on. Can be used to show three or even more parallel actions. Also called intercutting.
  • DISJOINTED TIME FLOW: Video sequences recorded out of chronological order and reorganized during the editing process to follow script order in the finished video.
  • FAST MOTION: A video effect that contracts the screen time during which an action happens; created by recording a shot at a slower than normal rate or by changing the frame rate digitally in postproduction.
  • FLASHBACK: A sequence that takes place earlier in time in the story than the sequence that precedes it.
  • FRAME RATE: The number of frames (images) per second at which video is recorded or displayed. Expressed as frames per second (fps).
  • PARALLEL TIME FLOW: Form of video time progression in which two or more sequences of action are shown happening at the same time
  • SCREEN TIME: The length of real-world time during which a sequence is displayed on the screen (in contrast to the length of video-world time that apparently passes during that sequence).
  • SERIAL TIME FLOW: Form of video time progression in which a single series of events moves forward in a single stream.
  • SLOW MOTION: A video effect that expands the screen time during which an action happens; created by recording a shot at a faster than normal rate or by changing the frame rate digitally in postproduction.
  • SPLIT EDIT: An edit in which the audio and video of a new sho t do not begin simultaneously. When "video leads," the sound from the preceding shot continues over the visual of a new shot. When "audio leads," the sound from the new shot begins over the end of the preceding visual.


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