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3201 Notes Apr 2 - Types of motion: Primary Motion:...

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Types of motion: Primary Motion: Everything that happens infront of the camera Secondary Motion: Camera Movements Tertiary Motion: Cuts and dissolve Editing: 4-D Continuity Editing Mental map helps you make sense of where things are, where they are going, or where they are supposed to be in on and off screen space. Continuity editing concentrates on establishing and maintaining Vector Continuity: Shoort with editing in mind Graphic vectors: prominent lines: horizon, vertical, interior room lines Index vectors: our mental map expects directions to be maintained from shot to shot. Index vector directions: continuing: voncerging: diverging Target object continuity, shown in following shot Z-Axis 180 Degree Line Over the shoulder Cross shooting Cross Shooting: Index Vector: Cross shooting Motion Vectors: Directions are expected to be maintained from shot to shot Vector directions: Continuing: Converging Diverging Z axis Blocking and Motion Matching Action: cut during not before or after: this is one of those rules
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course COMM 3201 taught by Professor Markneuman-scott during the Spring '08 term at Minnesota.

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