It paid the least amount of money
It was the easiest task for a new person to learn
It didn't require any skill
It allowed new people to learn about all aspects of movie-making.
You have to know what to cut to make people look good.
You are trying to cover up the mistakes of the director and camera man.
You are blending together images and sound to make a connected piece
It's not really an art, its just moving things around to look good.
We are convinced the baby is scared of the man.
We are not aware that the baby and the man cannot see each other.
It isn't well edited.
The editor is able to fool the audience.
It means editing allows you to play tricks on the mind of the viewer.
It means editing is hard to explain to others.
It means editing makes no sense to anyone.
It means that sometimes you just have to guess, because there isn't a right answer.
The only difference is the clip of the woman replaced the baby.
The emotions of the man changed.
The editing changed the audiences perception of the man's emotion.
Both A and C.
Both B and C.
Tell a story
Don't always flow together
All of the above
None of the above
By adding a voice over of the man saying he is hungry.
By adding a clip of people eating.
By adding a clip of a hamburger.
All of these.
None of these.
Editors can build a story to "look" anyway they choose.
Editors often make up fake stories and tell lies.
Editors can use clips from different times, places and people.
Editors focus mainly on tricking the audience.
He edited shots from the beginning of the game into shots from the end of the game.
He had a friend also taking video.
He stole footage from another camera man.
True- Sure, as long is it's close to the original event. Editing is an art form, everyone knows its not what really happened.
False- You are making people believe what isn't true.
True- It is a work of fiction, but it wouldn't be okay with a news broadcast.
False- You should just edit out the bad parts only.
Start with a close up and then cut to a wide shot.
Start with a close up and then zoom to a wide shot
Start with a wide shot and zoom to a close-up
Start with a wide shot and cut to a close up.
Use the same shot you started with to remind the audience of location.
Don't ever use a wide shot to end a sequence, just continue to get "tighter" (closer).
Just zoom out.
Use a different wide shot than the one you started with.
There is continuity from one shot to the next.
You have good matches.
People have to freeze between shots while filming
None of the above.
You only used perfectly matched cuts.
The audience doesn't notice the editing.
You are able to count the shots.
Both A and B
Both B and C
A good actor, who will follow direction perfectly every time
A good editor, who will spend the time to match things up perfectly.
A good director, who will order a variety of shots.
A good camera man who will keep rolling just in case.
All but mostly B.
Making cuts before action
Joining clips that are too similar
When someone jumps while filming
Avoiding by zooming.
A different angle of the shot
A different shot all together
You can't cover it.
Both A and B
Both B and C
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