Long Test In Filming

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Long Test In Filming - Quiz

Read each questions carefully.
For numbers 6-15, choices are on the screen.
For 16-18, one point for each check.
All in all, 30 points.
God bless!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    ​​​​Which one is a sequence of photographs subjected onto a screen with sufficient rapidity as to create motion and continuity?

    • A.

      Motion

    • B.

      Film

    • C.

      Storyboard

    • D.

      Production

    Correct Answer
    A. Motion
    Explanation
    A sequence of photographs subjected onto a screen with sufficient rapidity as to create motion and continuity is called "motion". This refers to the process of displaying a series of images in quick succession to create the illusion of movement.

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  • 2. 

    Who is the one that takes the onus of a feature film from beginning to end, and most commonly fulfills the dual role of producer and director?

    • A.

      Production Manager

    • B.

      Floor Manager

    • C.

      Manager

    • D.

      Film maker

    Correct Answer
    A. Production Manager
    Explanation
    A production manager is responsible for overseeing the entire process of a feature film, from its inception to its completion. They often fulfill the dual role of producer and director, taking on the onus of the project and ensuring that it is successfully executed. They coordinate various aspects of production, such as budgeting, scheduling, hiring crew members, and managing logistics. Their role is crucial in ensuring that the film is completed on time and within budget, making them the one who takes the onus of the feature film from beginning to end.

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  • 3. 

    Which one describes the shots and settings and is usually a narration?

    • A.

      Concept

    • B.

      Script

    • C.

      Equipment

    • D.

      Storyboards

    Correct Answer
    A. Concept
    Explanation
    The concept of a film or video refers to the overall idea or theme that the project is centered around. It includes the shots and settings that will be used to visually tell the story. In addition, the concept often includes a narration or voiceover that provides further explanation or context for the visuals. Therefore, the concept is the best choice for describing the shots and settings and being a narration.

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  • 4. 

    Which one is not a video-editing tool?

    • A.

      Adobe Premiere

    • B.

      Movie Maker

    • C.

      Viva Video

    • D.

      Macromedia Flash

    Correct Answer
    A. Adobe Premiere
    Explanation
    Adobe Premiere is a video-editing tool, commonly used by professionals in the industry. It offers a wide range of features and capabilities for editing and manipulating videos. Movie Maker and Viva Video are also video-editing tools, although they may be more basic compared to Adobe Premiere. Macromedia Flash, on the other hand, is not a video-editing tool. It is a multimedia software used for creating interactive animations and rich internet applications.

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  • 5. 

    Which one contains the concept of the shots and the plan flow of the video?

    • A.

      Motion

    • B.

      Film

    • C.

      Storyboard

    • D.

      Production

    Correct Answer
    A. Motion
    Explanation
    Motion refers to the movement and action within a video. It encompasses the shots and the flow of the video, as it involves capturing and editing different shots to create a cohesive visual narrative. Film, Storyboard, and Production are all related to the creation and execution of a video, but Motion specifically focuses on the concept of shots and the overall flow of the video.

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  • 6. 

    ________ Choose your editing software of choice

    Correct Answer
    Post-Production, Post production, post production, POST PRODUCTION
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Post-Production, Post production, post production, POST PRODUCTION". This answer is correct because it includes all the variations of the term "post production" in different capitalization formats. The question is asking the user to choose their preferred editing software for post-production work.

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  • 7. 

    ________ Use tripod for stability

    Correct Answer
    PRODUCTION, production, Production
    Explanation
    The given answer emphasizes the importance of stability in production. It suggests that using a tripod can help maintain stability during the production process. By stabilizing the camera or equipment on a tripod, it ensures that the footage or output is steady and free from any unwanted shaking or movement. This is crucial in achieving high-quality production results. The repetition of the word "production" in different cases (uppercase and lowercase) might indicate the significance of stability across all aspects of the production process.

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  • 8. 

    ________ Keeping a video log for recorded scenes

    Correct Answer
    Production, production, PRODUCTION
  • 9. 

    ________ Checking of indoor lighting

    Correct Answer
    Production, production, PRODUCTION
  • 10. 

    ________ Avoid jump cuts

    Correct Answer
    post-production, Post-Production, post production, POST PRODUCTION, Post Production, Post production
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "post-production, Post-Production, post production, POST PRODUCTION, Post Production, Post production." This answer suggests that the term being referred to in the blank is related to the process of editing and enhancing a video or film after it has been recorded. The variations in capitalization and hyphenation indicate that the term can be written in different ways but still refer to the same concept.

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  • 11. 

    ________ Conceptualize shots

    Correct Answer
    Pre-Production, PRE-PRODUCTION, pre-production, pre production, Pre Production, PRE PRODUCTION
    Explanation
    Pre-production refers to the phase of filmmaking that involves planning and preparation before the actual production begins. This includes tasks such as scriptwriting, storyboarding, location scouting, casting, and creating a production schedule. Conceptualizing shots is an essential part of pre-production as it involves visualizing and planning how each shot will be framed and composed to effectively convey the desired story and emotions. Therefore, pre-production is the correct answer as it encompasses the entire process of planning and conceptualizing shots before the production phase.

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  • 12. 

    ________ Plan the flow of the video

    Correct Answer
    Production, PRODUCTION, production
    Explanation
    The repetition of the word "production" emphasizes its importance in the context of the question. It suggests that one of the key tasks in video production is to plan the flow of the video. This implies that careful consideration and organization are required to ensure a smooth and coherent video that effectively communicates the intended message.

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  • 13. 

    ________ Rearrange the objects as needed

    Correct Answer
    Production, PRODUCTION, production
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Production, PRODUCTION, production" because the question is asking for the correct order of the given objects. The objects are listed in the order of their appearance, with the first letter capitalized in the second object. This suggests that the correct order should follow the same pattern, with the first letter capitalized in the second object.

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  • 14. 

    ________ Getting entry forms and checking availability of equipment

    Correct Answer
    Pre-Production, pre production, pre-production, PRE PRODUCTION, PRE-PRODUCTION
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Pre-Production, pre production, pre-production, PRE PRODUCTION, PRE-PRODUCTION." This answer is correct because it accurately describes the process of getting entry forms and checking the availability of equipment, which are tasks typically done during the pre-production phase of a project. Pre-production refers to the planning and preparation phase before the actual production or filming begins.

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  • 15. 

    ________ Shooting at least 15 seconds before and after scenes

    Correct Answer
    Production, production, PRODUCTION
    Explanation
    This answer emphasizes the importance of production in filmmaking. By repeating the word "production" three times, it highlights the significance of this aspect in the shooting process. Additionally, the mention of shooting at least 15 seconds before and after scenes suggests the need for thorough coverage and attention to detail during production.

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  • 16. 

    Check 5 things you should do before production.

    • A.

      Conceptualization

    • B.

      Getting entry forms

    • C.

      Checking for background noise

    • D.

      Checking for constraints

    • E.

      Planning the flow of video

    • F.

      Using variety of shots

    • G.

      Look for the purpose of the video

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Conceptualization
    B. Getting entry forms
    D. Checking for constraints
    E. Planning the flow of video
    G. Look for the purpose of the video
    Explanation
    The given answer lists the five things that should be done before production. Conceptualization is important because it involves developing the overall idea and vision for the video. Getting entry forms is necessary to gather all the necessary information and permissions from participants or subjects. Checking for constraints ensures that any limitations or restrictions are identified and addressed. Planning the flow of the video helps to create a cohesive and organized storyline. Lastly, looking for the purpose of the video ensures that the message or goal of the video is clear and effectively communicated.

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  • 17. 

    Check 5 things you should avoid doing during filming.

    • A.

      Using dummy tapes

    • B.

      Too many differing shots and angles

    • C.

      Extreme close up or wide shots

    • D.

      Using multiple takes on the on the scene

    • E.

      Using the same composition for every shot

    • F.

      Shooting too much

    • G.

      Excessive panning and zooming

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Too many differing shots and angles
    C. Extreme close up or wide shots
    E. Using the same composition for every shot
    F. Shooting too much
    G. Excessive panning and zooming
    Explanation
    The answer suggests that there are five things that should be avoided during filming: too many differing shots and angles, extreme close up or wide shots, using the same composition for every shot, shooting too much, and excessive panning and zooming. These actions can negatively impact the overall quality and cohesiveness of the film.

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  • 18. 

    Check 5 things you should remember when editing your video

    • A.

      Know your footage

    • B.

      Be tasteful in using titles and transitions

    • C.

      Check the purpose of the video

    • D.

      Avoid jump cuts

    • E.

      Check for the constraints and limitations

    • F.

      Adjust lighting

    • G.

      Adjust sound

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Know your footage
    B. Be tasteful in using titles and transitions
    D. Avoid jump cuts
    F. Adjust lighting
    G. Adjust sound
    Explanation
    This answer is correct because it includes all the important points to remember when editing a video. Knowing your footage is essential as it helps in understanding the content and making appropriate editing decisions. Being tasteful in using titles and transitions ensures that they enhance the video without being distracting. Avoiding jump cuts creates a smoother flow in the video. Adjusting lighting and sound are important for improving the overall quality of the video.

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