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words spoken by an off-screen narrator or character
voice-over
the authenticity of a sound in terms of perceived distance and fidelity
presence
the relative volume of different sounds
balance
background sound, recorded for use during editing
ambient sound
a sameness of sound from shot to shot
continuity
spatial relationship--the voice of a person in the distance should sound different than the voice of that person when shown in a close-up
perspective
CHOOSE ONE
a BARNEY is a soft foamy case which is used to control noise. it fits over the <camera/microphone> mircrophone
camera
TRUE OR FALSE
according to the book, the proper placement of a mic on a fishpole is above the person
true
CHOOSE ONE
a HARD EFFECT is a type of sound which needs to be <in sync/out of sync> with the picture
in sync
MULTIPLE CHOICE
which of the following is NOT a type of AMBIENT SOUND? (A. room tone) (B. atmosphere) (C. voice-over) (D. walla walla)
C. voice-over
MULTIPLE CHOICE
monitoring the sound you are recording should involve (A. looking at a meter) (B. listening through headphones) (C. both A and B)
C. both A and B
TRUE OR FALSE
according to the book, AGC or Automatic Gain Control circuitry may try to compensate for changes in PERSPECTIVE
true
refers to video material edited together in sequence from beginning to end
linear editing
a piece of equipment that locks film and magnetic stock together during editing
sync block
a piece of equipment used to cut and join together pieces of film
film splicer
the gradual fading in of one picture while another is gradually fading out
dissolve
a type of film which requires making a print after processing to view a positive image
negative film
a type of film which produces a positive image after processing
reversal film
to layer one image atop another in such a way that the images are seen through each other
superimposition
refers to video material that can be edited without having to lay one shot after another
non-linear editing
TRUE OR FALSE
the SLATE CLAP is involved in syncing up picture and sound
true
CHOOSE ONE
the process of writing down each shot, what it contains, and where it is located, is called <conforming/logging>
logging
CHOOSE ONE
in film editing, most initial editing is done on the <workprint/original negative>
workprint
TRUE OR FALSE
a COMPOSITE RELEASE PRINT is a single strip of film that holds both the picture and sound tracks
true
TRUE OR FALSE
BLUE-SCREEN PHOTOGRAPHY is used in film to create special effects
true
MULTIPLE CHOICE
included in the list of advantages of non-linear editing are (A. non-destructive) (B. random access) (C. both A and B)
C. both A and B
TRUE OR FALSE
a TELECINE is a machine which converts film to video
true
CHOOSE ONE
CHARACTER GENERATORS are used primarily for <morphing/titles>
titles