# Arkansas Multimedia II Grades 10 - 12 EOC Practice Test

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This is an end of semester test for Arkansas Multimedia II at Hartford High School, Arkansas. This is a practice test.

• 1.

### What is the standard broadcast system used in the United States and Japan?

• A.

NTSC

• B.

PAL

A. NTSC
Explanation
NTSC (National Television System Committee) is the standard broadcast system used in the United States and Japan. This system was developed in the 1940s and is still used today in these countries. NTSC uses 525 lines of resolution and a frame rate of 30 frames per second. It is compatible with color broadcasting and has become the standard for analog television broadcasting in these regions.

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• 2.

### What is ratio of width to height in the dimensions of a frame; i.e., frame aspect ratio of NTSC video is 4:3, some motion-picture frame sizes use a more elongated aspect ratio of 16:09?

• A.

Frame size

• B.

Aspect ratio

• C.

Frame rate

• D.

Frames per second

B. Aspect ratio
Explanation
The aspect ratio refers to the ratio of the width to the height in the dimensions of a frame. In the case of NTSC video, the aspect ratio is 4:3, meaning that the width is 4 units and the height is 3 units. Similarly, some motion-picture frame sizes have an aspect ratio of 16:9, indicating that the width is 16 units and the height is 9 units. The aspect ratio helps determine the shape and proportions of the frame, allowing for different visual experiences depending on the intended use.

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• 3.

### How many frames (or individual pictures) display in one second?

• A.

Aspect Ratio

• B.

Frame rate

• C.

Frames per second

• D.

Frame size

C. Frames per second
Explanation
The correct answer is "Frames per second." Frame rate refers to the number of frames or individual pictures that are displayed in one second. It measures the smoothness and fluidity of motion in a video or animation. The higher the frame rate, the smoother the motion appears to the viewer.

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• 4.

### What is the term for speed at which frames appear on a display, measured by frames per second?

• A.

Frames per second

• B.

Aspect ratio

• C.

Frame rate

• D.

Frame size

C. Frame rate
Explanation
Frame rate is the term used to describe the speed at which frames appear on a display, measured in frames per second. It refers to the number of individual frames that are displayed in one second, determining the smoothness and fluidity of motion in videos or animations. A higher frame rate results in a smoother and more realistic visual experience, while a lower frame rate may cause motion blur or choppiness.

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• 5.

### Also referred to as resolution, expressed by the horizontal and vertical dimensions, in pixels, of a frame, i.e., 640 by 480 pixels.  What is this term?

• A.

Aspect ratio

• B.

Frames per second

• C.

Frame size

• D.

Frame rate

C. Frame size
Explanation
Frame size refers to the horizontal and vertical dimensions of a frame, usually expressed in pixels. In this case, the frame size is given as 640 by 480 pixels. Aspect ratio refers to the proportional relationship between the width and height of a frame. Frames per second (FPS) refers to the number of frames displayed per second in a video. Frame rate refers to the speed at which frames are displayed, usually measured in frames per second. Therefore, the correct term for the given description is frame size.

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• 6.

### Process whereby overlay cards display video on the screen and one of the colors becomes transparent; any place the transparent color appears you see the video input.  What is this term?

• A.

Codec

• B.

Chroma key

• C.

• D.

Transition

B. Chroma key
Explanation
Chroma key is the correct answer because it refers to the process of overlaying cards or images on a screen and making one specific color transparent. This allows the video input to be seen wherever the transparent color appears. This technique is commonly used in film and television production to create special effects or replace backgrounds.

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• 7.

### Two adjacent video clips with no transition; one clip is immediately replaced with another.  What is this term?

• A.

Superimpose

• B.

Frame

• C.

Cuts

• D.

C. Cuts
Explanation
The term for two adjacent video clips with no transition, where one clip is immediately replaced with another, is "cuts". Cuts are a common editing technique used to create a seamless transition between two clips by abruptly switching from one to the other. This technique is often used to create a fast-paced or dynamic effect in videos.

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• 8.

### What is manual preview?

• A.

Codec

• B.

Render

• C.

Scrubbing

• D.

C. Scrubbing
Explanation
Scrubbing refers to the action of manually previewing or skimming through a video or audio clip by dragging the playhead back and forth. It allows users to quickly navigate through the media to find specific sections or moments of interest. Scrubbing is commonly used in video editing software to precisely locate and edit specific frames or segments.

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• 9.

### What is compression/decompression programs used to reduce the size of files?

• A.

Video capturing

• B.

Codec

• C.

Video editing

• D.

Import

B. Codec
Explanation
A codec is a compression/decompression program used to reduce the size of files. Codecs are essential for video and audio files as they compress the data to make it easier to store, transmit, and play back. By reducing the file size, codecs enable efficient storage and transmission of media files without compromising the quality too much. Therefore, codecs are widely used in various applications and devices to compress and decompress video and audio files.

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• 10.

### What is setting the length of a clip / image?

• A.

Cuts

• B.

• C.

Timeline

• D.

Duration

D. Duration
Explanation
Duration refers to the length of a clip or image in a video or presentation. It determines how long the clip or image will be displayed or played for. By setting the duration, you can control the timing and length of each element in your project.

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• 11.

### To dissolve to or from a background color (often black)?

• A.

• B.

Transition

• C.

Scrubbing

• D.

Superimpose

Explanation
Fading refers to the process of gradually transitioning to or from a background color, often black. It involves slowly reducing the opacity or brightness of the current color, creating a smooth and gradual change. This technique is commonly used in various visual media, such as film or web design, to create smooth transitions between scenes or elements.

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• 12.

### What is a single still image in a video or animation?

• A.

Transition

• B.

Superimpose

• C.

Frame

• D.

C. Frame
Explanation
A frame is a single still image in a video or animation. It represents a specific moment in time and is displayed for a fraction of a second before transitioning to the next frame. Frames are the building blocks of videos and animations, as they create the illusion of motion when played in rapid succession. Each frame captures a unique visual composition and contributes to the overall storytelling or visual experience.

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• 13.

### What is to bring information into a computer or computer program?

• A.

Nonlinear editing

• B.

Linear editing

• C.

Scrubbing

• D.

Import

D. Import
Explanation
The term "import" refers to the action of bringing information into a computer or computer program. It is commonly used when transferring data or files from an external source to a computer system. This can include importing documents, images, videos, or any other form of digital content that needs to be accessed or manipulated within a computer or computer program.

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• 14.

### Creating and editing video is?

• A.

Preproduction

• B.

Postproduction

• C.

Production

C. Production
Explanation
The correct answer is Production. Production refers to the process of actually shooting or recording the video content. It involves activities such as setting up the camera, lighting, sound, and capturing the footage. Preproduction refers to the planning and preparation stage before the actual production, while postproduction involves editing, adding effects, and finalizing the video after the production is complete.

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• 15.

### What is editing in a sequential order, i.e., VHS, cassette tapes?

• A.

Nonlinear editing

• B.

Import

• C.

Linear editing

• D.

Video capture

C. Linear editing
Explanation
Linear editing refers to the process of editing video footage in a sequential order, such as on VHS or cassette tapes. In linear editing, the footage is edited in a linear fashion, meaning that it can only be edited in the order in which it was recorded. This method requires physically cutting and splicing the tape to rearrange or remove sections of footage. Nonlinear editing, on the other hand, allows for more flexibility as it enables editing to be done in a non-sequential manner, without the need for physical tape manipulation. Therefore, linear editing is the correct answer in this context.

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• 16.

### To build or preview a project is? The final step in creating a 3-D animation that involves giving objects attributes such as colors, surface textures, and degrees of transparency?

• A.

Scrubbing

• B.

Render

• C.

Import

• D.

Video capture

B. Render
Explanation
The correct answer is "Render." In the process of creating a 3-D animation, rendering is the final step where the computer calculates and generates the final image or sequence of images based on the given objects, their attributes like colors, surface textures, and transparency. It is the process of converting the 3-D model into a 2-D image or video that can be viewed or shared.

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• 17.

### What is not editing in a sequential order, i.e., CD, DVD?

• A.

Linear editing

• B.

Nonlinear editing

• C.

Scrubbing

• D.

Render

B. Nonlinear editing
Explanation
Nonlinear editing refers to the process of editing video or audio material in any order, rather than sequentially from start to finish. This type of editing allows for flexibility and efficiency as it enables editors to access and manipulate any part of the material without the need to go through the entire sequence. In contrast, linear editing involves editing the material in a sequential order, like working with physical film reels. Therefore, the correct answer is nonlinear editing.

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• 18.

### The standard broadcast system used in Europe and Australia is?

• A.

PAL

• B.

NTSC

A. PAL
Explanation
PAL (Phase Alternating Line) is the correct answer. PAL is the standard broadcast system used in Europe and Australia. It is a color encoding system that uses 625 lines per frame and a refresh rate of 50 Hz. PAL provides a higher resolution and better image quality compared to NTSC, which is the standard broadcast system used in North America and Japan. NTSC uses 525 lines per frame and a refresh rate of 60 Hz.

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• 19.

### The cable that usually has a yellow, red, and white plug which is used to connect a camcorder to a VCR, DVDm or capture card is?

• A.

VHS

• B.

RCA

• C.

USB

B. RCA
Explanation
The correct answer is RCA. The RCA cable, also known as the composite cable, is commonly used to connect a camcorder to a VCR, DVD player, or capture card. It typically has yellow, red, and white plugs, with the yellow plug carrying the video signal and the red and white plugs carrying the audio signals. The RCA cable is widely used for analog audio and video connections.

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• 20.

### What is layering images or video?

• A.

Scrubbing

• B.

Render

• C.

Superimpose

• D.

Voice overlay

C. Superimpose
Explanation
Layering images or video refers to the process of combining multiple visual elements together to create a composite image or video. This technique involves placing one image or video on top of another, allowing them to blend or interact with each other. Superimposing is a specific method of layering where one image or video is placed over another, creating a transparent or semi-transparent effect. This allows for the merging of different visual elements to create a cohesive and visually appealing final result.

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• 21.

### What is part of the video editing window that displays tracks?

• A.

Timeline

• B.

Scrubbing

• C.

Video capture

• D.

Transition

A. Timeline
Explanation
The timeline is part of the video editing window that displays tracks. It provides a visual representation of the video's duration and allows the user to arrange and edit the various elements of the video, such as video clips, audio tracks, and transitions, in a sequential manner. It helps in organizing and synchronizing the different components of the video, making it an essential tool for video editing.

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• 22.

### What is making changes to tape footage?

• A.

Video capture

• B.

Video editing

• C.

Cuts

• D.

Transition

B. Video editing
Explanation
Video editing is the process of modifying and manipulating video footage. It involves making changes to the tape footage by adding or removing sections, rearranging clips, applying effects, adjusting colors, and enhancing the overall visual and audio quality. Video editing allows for the creation of a cohesive and polished final product by combining different shots, adding transitions, and incorporating various elements to tell a story or convey a message effectively.

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• 23.

### What is adding words to video?

• A.

Transition

• B.

Title

• C.

Video editing

• D.

Import

B. Title
Explanation
Adding words to a video refers to the process of including text elements, such as titles or captions, within the video itself. This can be done to provide additional information, context, or to enhance the visual presentation of the video. Titles are typically used to introduce a scene, provide subtitles, or display any relevant text-based information. Therefore, the correct answer for this question is "Title."

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• 24.

### What are special effects, such as fade in and fade out, that can be set to occur between frames in an animation?

• A.

Cuts

• B.

Title

• C.

• D.

Transition

D. Transition
Explanation
Transitions are special effects, such as fade in and fade out, that can be set to occur between frames in an animation. They help to create smooth and seamless visual changes between scenes or elements in an animation. Transitions are commonly used in video editing and animation software to add visual interest and enhance the overall flow of the animation.

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• 25.

### A strip of magnetic media onto which video and audio signals can be recorded, usually consisting of a plastic/Mylar base, a layer of metallic particles, and a bonding agent?

• A.

CD

• B.

DVD

• C.

VHS

C. VHS
Explanation
A strip of magnetic media onto which video and audio signals can be recorded is commonly found in VHS tapes. VHS tapes consist of a plastic/Mylar base, a layer of metallic particles, and a bonding agent. CDs and DVDs, on the other hand, use optical technology to store data, making them different from VHS tapes.

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• 26.

### The process of transferring video to the computer is?

• A.

Export

• B.

Video capture

• C.

Video editing

B. Video capture
Explanation
The process of transferring video to the computer is called video capture. This involves capturing or recording video footage from a video source such as a camera or a VCR and saving it onto the computer's storage device. Video capture allows users to digitize analog video content and transfer it to a digital format that can be edited, stored, or shared easily. It is an essential step in the video production workflow, enabling users to work with video content on their computers.

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• 27.

### A special effect that results in distortion of an image?

• A.

Morphing

• B.

Warping

• C.

Looping

B. Warping
Explanation
Warping is the correct answer because it refers to a special effect that distorts or manipulates an image. This technique is commonly used in computer graphics and animation to create various visual effects such as stretching, bending, or twisting an image. Warping can be used to create surreal or exaggerated visuals, or to simulate the effect of motion or transformation in an image.

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• 28.

### A simulation of movement or the perception of motion created by the rapid display of a series of still images?

• A.

Transition

• B.

Vector animation

• C.

Frame animation

• D.

Animation

D. Animation
Explanation
Animation is the correct answer because it refers to the simulation of movement or perception of motion created by displaying a series of still images rapidly. Animation can be achieved through various techniques such as frame animation or vector animation. Transition, on the other hand, typically refers to a change or movement between different states or elements, but it does not specifically involve the rapid display of still images.

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• 29.

### A type of animation that is based on the changes that occur from one frame to another; sometimes known as cel animation?

• A.

Animation

• B.

Frame animation

• C.

Vector animation

B. Frame animation
Explanation
Frame animation is a type of animation that is based on the changes that occur from one frame to another. It involves creating a sequence of individual frames, each slightly different from the previous one, and playing them in rapid succession to create the illusion of movement. This technique is also known as cel animation and is commonly used in traditional hand-drawn animation, where each frame is drawn on a transparent celluloid sheet, or cel, and then photographed onto a film strip. Frame animation allows for precise control over the movement and timing of characters and objects in an animation.

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• 30.

### What is the term which moves an object along a predetermined path on the screen; the path could be a straight line or it could include any number of curves; often the object does not change, although it might be resized or reshaped; also known as path animation?

• A.

Animation

• B.

Frame animation

• C.

Vector animation

C. Vector animation
Explanation
Vector animation is the correct answer because it refers to the term that moves an object along a predetermined path on the screen. In vector animation, the path can be a straight line or include curves, and the object may be resized or reshaped, but it does not change. This type of animation is also known as path animation.

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• 31.

### What is repeating a function until a certain condition is met?

• A.

Morphing

• B.

Warping

• C.

Looping

C. Looping
Explanation
Looping refers to the process of repeating a function or a set of instructions until a certain condition is met. It allows for the execution of a specific code block multiple times, allowing for iteration and control flow. This is commonly used in programming to automate repetitive tasks or to iterate over a collection of data.

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• 32.

### Animation technique in which one image is transformed into another image is?

• A.

Warping

• B.

Looping

• C.

Animation

• D.

Morphing

D. MorpHing
Explanation
Morphing is an animation technique where one image is gradually transformed into another image. It involves a smooth transition between the two images, creating a seamless transformation effect. This technique is commonly used in movies, video games, and computer graphics to create visually stunning and realistic transformations.

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• 33.

### What is the process of generating intermediate frames between two images to give the appearance that the first image evolves smoothing into the second image?

• A.

Warping

• B.

Transition

• C.

Morphing

• D.

Tweening

D. Tweening
Explanation
Tweening is the process of generating intermediate frames between two images to create a smooth transition or morphing effect. It involves calculating and interpolating the values of the pixels in the first and second images to create a sequence of frames that gradually transform from one image to the other. This technique is commonly used in animation and video editing to create fluid and seamless transitions between different scenes or elements.

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• 34.

### A cable, also known as IEEE-1394, that carries digital video signals, which include audio, video, and control (stop, start, etc) signals is?

• A.

RCA Cable

• B.

Firewire

• C.

USB

B. Firewire
Explanation
Firewire, also known as IEEE-1394, is a cable that carries digital video signals, including audio, video, and control signals such as stop and start commands. This cable is specifically designed for high-speed data transfer and is commonly used in devices such as digital cameras, camcorders, and external hard drives. Unlike RCA cables, which are typically used for analog signals, and USB cables, which are primarily used for data transfer and charging, Firewire is specifically designed for digital video signals.

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• 35.

### The final stage of video production is?

• A.

Preproduction

• B.

Production

• C.

Postproduction

C. Postproduction
Explanation
Postproduction is the final stage of video production where all the raw footage is edited, color corrected, and sound is added. This stage involves tasks such as video editing, adding visual effects, creating titles and graphics, and adjusting the audio levels. It is during postproduction that the video is polished and finalized before it is ready to be delivered or distributed to the audience.

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• 36.

### A video file format that can be viewed in Windows Media Player is?

• A.

AVI (Audio Video Interleave)

• B.

MPEG (Motion Picture Experts Group)

• C.

Windows Media Video (WMV)

C. Windows Media Video (WMV)
Explanation
Windows Media Video (WMV) is the correct answer because it is a video file format specifically designed for Windows Media Player. WMV files can be easily played on Windows computers and are compatible with the Windows operating system. AVI and MPEG are also common video file formats, but they may not be natively supported by Windows Media Player without additional codecs or plugins. WMV, on the other hand, is a proprietary format developed by Microsoft and is optimized for playback on Windows Media Player.

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• 37.

### What is the file extension for a QuickTime movie?

• A.

.avi

• B.

.mov

• C.

.wmv

B. .mov
Explanation
The file extension for a QuickTime movie is .mov. QuickTime is a multimedia framework developed by Apple, and .mov is the file format associated with it. This file format is commonly used for storing video and audio files, and it is compatible with both Mac and Windows operating systems. Other file extensions like .avi and .wmv are associated with different video file formats and are not specific to QuickTime movies.

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• 38.

### A file format that provides frame-to-frame compression is?

• A.

MPEG (Motion Picture Experts Group)

• B.

AVI (Audio Video Interleave)

• C.

WMV (Windows Media Video)

A. MPEG (Motion Picture Experts Group)
Explanation
MPEG (Motion Picture Experts Group) is a file format that provides frame-to-frame compression. This means that each frame in the video is compressed individually, resulting in efficient storage and transmission of video files. AVI (Audio Video Interleave) and WMV (Windows Media Video) are also popular video file formats, but they do not specifically provide frame-to-frame compression like MPEG does.

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• 39.

### An external bus standard that supports data transfer rates of 480 mbps (480 million bits per second) is?

• A.

S video

• B.

Firewire

• C.

Universal Serial Bus (USB)

C. Universal Serial Bus (USB)
Explanation
USB (Universal Serial Bus) is an external bus standard that supports data transfer rates of 480 Mbps. It is a widely used interface for connecting devices such as keyboards, mice, printers, and external storage devices to a computer. USB provides a fast and reliable connection for transferring data between devices, making it a popular choice in the computer industry. The other options, S video and Firewire, do not support data transfer rates of 480 Mbps, making USB the correct answer.

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• 40.

### A video format that records a high-quality video signal on an SVHS videocassette that carries at least 400 lines of resolution but is the same size and shape as a regular VHS videocassette?

• A.

RCA

• B.

Firewire

• C.

S-video

C. S-video
Explanation
S-video is the correct answer because it is a video format that records a high-quality video signal on an SVHS videocassette. It carries at least 400 lines of resolution and is the same size and shape as a regular VHS videocassette. RCA and Firewire are not video formats that meet these criteria.

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• 41.

### A camcorder feature that boots the video signal power to obtain image brightness; also known as "automatic gain control" is?

• A.

White balance

• B.

Video camera

• C.

Backlight

C. Backlight
Explanation
Backlight is the correct answer because it refers to a camcorder feature that boosts the video signal power to obtain image brightness. This feature is also known as "automatic gain control". White balance and video camera are not the correct answers as they do not describe this specific feature.

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• 42.

### A term used to indicate videotape created with a camcorder is?

• A.

Import

• B.

Video capture

• C.

Footage

C. Footage
Explanation
The term "footage" is used to indicate videotape created with a camcorder. This term refers to the recorded material or scenes captured by a camcorder and stored on a videotape. It is commonly used in the film and television industry to describe the raw or unedited footage that is later edited and used in the production process.

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• 43.

### To plan a video or video planning is?

• A.

Preproduction

• B.

Production

• C.

Postproduction

A. Preproduction
Explanation
Preproduction refers to the initial phase of planning and preparation before the actual production of a video. It involves tasks such as brainstorming ideas, scriptwriting, storyboarding, location scouting, casting, and scheduling. During this stage, the focus is on organizing and arranging all the necessary elements needed for the video shoot. Therefore, the answer "Preproduction" accurately describes the process of planning a video or video planning.

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• 44.

### The ability to bring an object closer or move away from an object?

• A.

Panning

• B.

Zooming

• C.

Tilting

B. Zooming
Explanation
Zooming refers to the ability to bring an object closer or move away from an object. It is a technique commonly used in photography and videography to adjust the focal length of a lens, thereby changing the magnification of the image. By zooming in, the subject appears larger and closer, while zooming out creates a wider view and makes the subject appear smaller and farther away. This can be achieved using a zoom lens or through digital zoom on electronic devices.

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• 45.

### The audio portion (narration) of a project that gives details and information about the topic; the words said aloud by the characters in the video?

• A.

Storyboard

• B.

Script

• C.

Sound

B. Script
Explanation
The correct answer is "Script." In the context of a project, the script refers to the written text that contains the dialogue and narration for the audio portion. It provides details and information about the topic, and the characters in the video say the words aloud based on the script. The script serves as a guide for the audio portion of the project, ensuring that the intended information is conveyed effectively.

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• 46.

### Vertical rotation of the camera during a shot?

• A.

Panning

• B.

Tilting

B. Tilting
Explanation
Tilting refers to the vertical rotation of the camera during a shot. It involves moving the camera up or down, keeping the horizontal axis fixed. This technique is commonly used to capture a subject from a different perspective or to follow the movement of a subject vertically. Panning, on the other hand, refers to the horizontal rotation of the camera. Therefore, in this context, tilting is the correct answer as it specifically relates to the vertical rotation of the camera.

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• 47.

### A three-legged mounting device for a camcorder?

• A.

Tripod

• B.

Video camera

A. Tripod
Explanation
A three-legged mounting device for a camcorder is called a tripod. The tripod provides stability and support to the camcorder, allowing for steady and smooth footage. It is a commonly used accessory in photography and videography to eliminate shaky or blurred images caused by hand movements. The three legs of the tripod ensure that it remains balanced and secure, making it an essential tool for capturing high-quality videos.

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• 48.

### A camcorder feature that boosts the video signal power to obtain optimal image brightness; also known as "automatic gain control"?

• A.

Videographer

• B.

White balance

• C.

Backlight

C. Backlight
Explanation
Backlight is the correct answer because it refers to a camcorder feature that boosts the video signal power to obtain optimal image brightness. This feature is also known as "automatic gain control" and helps to adjust the exposure levels in situations where the subject is in front of a bright light source, such as the sun or a strong artificial light. By boosting the video signal power, the camcorder can balance the exposure and prevent the subject from appearing too dark against the bright background.

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• 49.

### Representation of what each screen of a multimedia project will look like and how the screens are linked; often hand-drawn sketches?

• A.

Script

• B.

Storyboard

B. Storyboard
Explanation
A storyboard is a visual representation of each screen of a multimedia project and how they are linked together. It often consists of hand-drawn sketches that depict the layout and content of each screen. Storyboards are commonly used in the planning and development stages of a project to provide a clear and organized overview of the project's visual elements and their sequence.

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• 50.

### A camera that takes continuous pictures by breaking down the image into a series of lines and generates s signal for display and recording?

• A.

Video camera

• B.

Digital camera

A. Video camera
Explanation
A video camera is a device that captures continuous motion by breaking down the image into a series of lines and generates a signal for display and recording. Unlike a digital camera, which captures still images, a video camera is designed to capture moving images and record them in real-time. It is commonly used for recording videos, live events, and broadcasting purposes.

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