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Encyclopedia > Film technique

Special effects (FX):

Editing:

Frame:

Shots:

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See also film, motion picture terminology, film crew, List of video topics


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Film editing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (597 words)
Film editing is the connecting of one or more shots together in a sequence.
Film editing evolved from the process of physically cutting and taping together pieces of film, using a viewer such as a Moviola or Steenbeck to look at the results.
In recent years, 'film editing' has come to mean what a 'film editor' does, even though the work involved is now generally performed on a computer-based non-linear editing system, such as Avid, Lightworks or Apple's Final Cut Pro and, at the semi-professional level, by programs such as Adobe Premiere Pro, Pinnacle Edition.
List of film techniques - encyclopedia article about List of film techniques. (2073 words)
Provided in this list of film techniques is a categorised (and then alphabetised) list of techniques used in film Film is a term that encompasses motion pictures as individual projects, as well as the field in general.
Shot In film, a shot is a continuous strip of motion picture film, created of a series of frames, that runs for an uninterrupted period of time.
Probably its most common uses in dramatic films are to adjust the pace of the main action, to conceal the deletion of some unwanted part of the main shot, or to allow the joining of parts of two versions of that shot.
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