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editing models: continuity editing devices: eyeliner match: a cut between two shots that creates the illusion of a person (in the first shot) looking at an object in the second shop transitional devices cut (ie: the music video) fade in/out (ie; the music video, fading in and out) superimposition (name for place where two images are on top of each other) dissolve (as one image fades out and one fades in, how we transition from previous image to new image in the superimposition) wipe dissolve is similar to fade in/out except going from picture to picture instead of black to picture editing: practical purposes move between different characters and different time periods int he story crosscutting (whats happening at two different locations at the same time) flash back flash forward emphasize details, intensify emotions, heighten spectacle overlapping (sports, replay of touchdown) vs elliptical control length and pace of scenes and the entire film show best parts of actors' performance creates graphic and rhythmic sequences, arrangements, and patterns
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2010 for the course CINE 104 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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