eng 225 Week 4 - Quiz - 7 Question What is the name of the...

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1. Question : What is the purpose of using the familiar device known as a clapboard?                2. Question : Continuity editing is designed to preserve what illusion in the minds of the audience?                3. Question : What is the best definition of a “take”?
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               4. Question : Which of the following is true of silent movies as they were shown in theaters?                5. Question : Moving back and forth between shots of a woman tied to a railroad tracks and shots of a speeding train elsewhere on the  track is an example of what editing technique?  
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             6. Question : What acronym describes the post-production process of re-recording dialogue?
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Unformatted text preview: 7. Question : What is the name of the process used to create everyday sound effects in films? 8. Question : A shot at the beginning of a scene that sets up where it is taking place and who is in it is known as what? 9. Question : What did filmmakers consider to be the advantage of silent films? 10. Question : Soviet filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein promoted which idea about editing?...
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