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an edit mode that transfers the control track of the source tape to the edit tape along with the image and sound during editing
assemble edit
an edit mode in which the control track is laid down on the edit tape first, and then audio and video information are laid down
insert edit
a graphical editing interface common in non-linear editing software, in which thumbnail representations of audio and video clips are shown
timeline
in nonlinear editing, the effect produced by one change in an edit, which automatically changes all the footage positions that follow
ripple
a device which synchronizes source videotape machines to the rest of the system
TBC
placing the final mixed audio on the master videotape
layback
a computer building a transition so it can play it back in real time
rendering
part of a videotape that contains the electronic timing impulses to keep the picture information stable
control track
TRUE OR FALSE
a CUTS-ONLY linear editing system cannot do a DISSOLVE
true
MULTIPLE CHOICE
the main drawback of control track editing is (A. the pulses are not numbered on the tape, as in time code) (B. it requires a time base corrector)
A. the pulses are not numbered on the tape, as in time scored
cuts-only linear video editing requires two videotape machines, one or two monitors, and (A. lots of RAM) (B. an edit controller)
B. an edit controller
TRUE OR FALSE
a new videotape has a control track on it
false
MULTIPLE CHOICE
if you had a series of shots that you wanted to rapidly law down in succession without changing the audio or video, you would probably use (A. assemble editing) or (B. insert editing)
A. assemble editing
TRUE OR FALSE
to do a fade-in with a linear editor, you need to run the source machine through a SWITCHER
true
MULTIPLE CHOICE
the most stable control tracks are most likely made in (A. assemble editing) (B. insert editing)
B. insert editing
TRUE OR FALSE
if you have music laid down on the edit tape and you wish to edit pictures to the music, you can do this in the ASSEMBLE edit mode
false
the principle that places an imaginary line between two people talking
axis of action
an editing method designed to maintain a smooth flow of time and space from one shot to the next
continuity editing
editing built on the relationships of the material being edited, such as theme or symbolism, rather than its flow of time and space
montage editing
a distracting break in action caused by a mismatch in object position, screen direction, action, or setting
jump cut
a shot that shows someone responding or reacting to what someone else is saying
reaction shot
a shot that orients the audience to a change in location or time
establishing shot
a cut to a shot that isolates some element in the previous shot
cut-in
a process that attempts to mask edits and make them unobtrusive
hidden editing
a cut that provides a continuous sense of time and space between two shots
match cut
a shot that shows a scene as a particular character in the movie would see it
point-of-view shots
TRUE OR FALSE
shooting OVERLAPPING ACTION is one way to help the editor maintain continuity
true
CHOOSE ONE
a transition that suggests the passage of time is the <dissolve/cut>
dissolve
CHOOSE ONE
TIME COMPRESSION is a common form of <montage/continuity> editing
montage
CHOOSE ONE
a more final conclusion to a scene is indicated by a <fade out/cut>
fade out
CHOOSE ONE
cutting back and forth from one location to another or one storyline to another, usually to show that two actions are occurring simultaneously is called <montage/parallel> editing
parallel
TRUE OR FALSE
one technique for making two shots flow together more smoothly is CUTTING-ON-ACTION
true