Video & Film

overlapping dialogue – sound design that blends the speech of several characters talking simultaneously
voice of god narration – the use of voice-over in documentary films
nondiegetic sound – voice-over narrative/soundtrack
Pedestal – Raising or lowering the camera on the pedestal or tripod. Pedestal Up or Pedestal Down
Double Compartment Magazine – Consists of two chambers, the front one for the unexposed supply roll, the rear for the exposed film; 2 chambers can be opened independently of each other
In the fourth book, who gives Harry the suggestion for gillyweed? Who gives him the suggestion in the film? – Book: Dobby
Film: Neville
What does the editing term import mean? – To bring clips, music, pictures into an editing software.
You can write a successful story without establishing a beginning, middle, or end.
Sequence – A series of scenes, within the same time-frame, which progresses the plot.
4 Factors for Determining Fair Use – 1. The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes.
2. The nature of the copyrighted work
3. The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole
4. The effect of the use upon the potential market for, or value of, the copyrighted work
– United States Copyright Office
Fisheye Lenses: – Are lenses that are very wide. All of the things we noted about wide lenses are present in extreme form.
Sync sound – Synchronizing the sound to the picture
talkies – motion pictures with synchronized sound for dialogue
Charcoal – is a type of dry media for drawing that is old, very hard or soft, made of burnt wood, it smudges very easy, and inexpensive
Yоu cаn write а successful stоry withоut estаblishing a beginning, middle, or end.
Framing – use rule of 3rds and lookspace

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