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M091 VISUAL EFFECT TECHNIQUES

REVIEW ACTIVITIES:

  • QUIZLET
  • STUDY STACK
  • KAHOOT PREVIEW
  • JEOPARDY GAME

VOCABULARY:  click links for detailed glossary page:

  • PRE-PRODUCTION: The process of preparing all the elements involved in a media production that occurs before shooting begins.
  • PRODUCTION: The actual shooting or recording of a media production, video or film.
  • POST-PRODUCTION: The last stage of the production process, where footage is edited, music and special effects are added and enhanced.
  • DIGITAL ASSETS: Electronic files including audio, graphics, photos and video clips.
  • EDITING: Creating a video program from production footage and other raw materials.
  • LINEAR EDITING: A video editing method of putting a show together in an ordered fashion, from beginning to end.
  • NLE: Non-linear editing - digital video editing method where edits can be performed in any order rather than in sequential order.
  • ADDITIVE EDITING: Creating a program from raw footage by starting with nothing and adding selected components.
  • SUBTRACTIVE EDITING: Creating a program by removing redundant or poor-quality material from the original footage, and leaving the remainder essentially as it was shot.
  • TIMELINE: The graphic representation of a program as a matrix of video, audio, and computer-generated elements.
  • SEQUENCE: A series of shots or scenes that includes a beginning, middle, and end (like a chapter in a book).
  • ROUGH CUT: The first sage of editing before adding transitions and polish.
  • FINAL CUT: The final edited version of a movie as approved by the director and producer.
  • RENDERING: Creating a full-quality version of the material that was previously edited in a lower quality form.
  • TIME-CODE: A unique code assigned to each frame of a video consisting of hours, minutes, seconds and frame number.

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