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  • 1. Editing<br />The different types of editing and transitions.<br />
  • 2. The Basics – Continuity <br />When shots are put together in a way that should flow and link with one another. This type of edit should not be obvious to the audience.<br />
  • 3. The Basics – Montage (Soviet)<br />The ‘soviet’ or ‘political’ montage is a style of editing that was used in the 1920’s to get meanings straight from the shots being used.<br />
  • 4. The Basics – Montage (Hollywood)<br />The ‘hollywood’ montage is generally used to portray a story or important information to an audience in a short, concise and easily understandable way. These are often seen at the beginning of TV programs to show ‘what has happened previously’ in the story line.<br />For example, the beginning of this Waterloo Road episode: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHDhUl-hCFI<br />
  • 5. Transistions<br />Transition is the term used for the movement between one shot and another. There are many types of transitions, these are:<br />Straight cut: when an image is suddenly replaced with another, without significant visual changes.<br />Fade In: when an image gradually fades into a shot.<br />Fade Out: when a image gradually fades out of a shot.<br />
  • 6. Dissolve<br />When a scene gradually moves onto another scene with a smooth transition.<br />
  • 7. Wipe<br />When an image is completely replaced by another without any dissolving etc.<br />
  • 8. Action Editing<br />When the shots are edited in a particular way to increase the effect of the action on the audience and create more interesting, action packed scenes.<br />

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