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Editing additional

  1. 1.  Continuity Insert shot Continuity Cutaway editing Pace 180 degree rule Time Match on action Transitions Shot reverse shot Special effects Eye-line match Montage Cross cutting editing
  2. 2.  Continuity = continue Makes sure things are continuous Below is an example from ‘The Matrix’ Good editing is invisiblehttp://youtu.be/ggFKLxAQBbc
  3. 3.  Aims to create a sense of reality and time moving forward Allows the audience to concentrate on the narrative Techniques/rules of continuity editing 180 degree rule Match on action Shot reverse shot Eye-line match Cross cutting or parallel editing
  4. 4.  This is to establish the placement of characters Breaking the rule, it will place the characters in a different placehttp://youtu.be/BBPw9C57TuU
  5. 5. 1 action = multiple shots Multiple cuts to show 1 action Part of invisible editing which creates a flowhttp://youtu.be/ESq9H8ysikc
  6. 6.  When a shot goes from shot A, shot B, shot A, shot B etc It continuously goes back and fourth between the two shots Often used in a conversation to see what both characters are sayinghttp://youtu.be/3cXqlg85-VYAnother example ..http://youtu.be/QLkUHZ1qips
  7. 7. Shot A: character looking off screenShot B: what the character is looking at It makes the audience eager to see what happens next/what the character seeshttp://youtu.be/ZSFD6aIhvFI
  8. 8.  Technique of continuously altering 2 or more scenes that often happen at the same time but different locationshttp://youtu.be/OD0h7WcgJ5wScene A) interrogation scene B) car approaching A B A B
  9. 9.  Here is a summary of continuity with example from a filmhttp://youtu.be/8xauSCz1mEk
  10. 10.  An insert is a shot of part scene as filmed from different angle and/or focal length from the master shot (original/establishing shot)Example- CLOSE-UP of the gunfighter- INSERT of his hand quivering above the holster
  11. 11.  A cutaway is video scene that cuts away to relevant images or footage Often used in documentaries or in film when a piece of information is needed to show the audience
  12. 12. Slow pace- to keep the audience calm/still, little number of shotshttp://youtu.be/t1JsC1ur2X8Medium pace- to make the audience comfortable/normal, average number of shots which could show realismhttp://youtu.be/6hxOoM0-NJIFast pace- intense/exciting/thrilling, lots of cutshttp://youtu.be/pZZ60jrw6cg
  13. 13. Types of time: Story time- time of the  Stretch- discourse is event longer than story  Flash back- thought or Discourse time- time taken to narrate the memory in the past (non event linear narrative)  Flash forward- audience Summary- discourse shorter than the story are shown the future scenes or events Ellipsis- establishing  Things are shown that is discourse time rather than the story important so the audience will not see the Scene- story and less important things discourse time are equal (realism)
  14. 14.  Straight cutting- to show realism, in conversation Graphic match- when 2 shots match graphically, often overlap the transition http://youtu.be/_HG5kPlxzeU Overlap/dissolve- makes a softer transition, to show time passing http://youtu.be/HK6zGWox6S0 Wipe- often shown to show new day/scene Fade in/out- fade to black (fade out), fade in starting from black to normal http://youtu.be/F0_2ZFdB6Hk Flash- like ‘fade in’ but the scene is white
  15. 15.  B&W- often used to  Fast forward/slow show memory or time motion- speeding up period http://youtu.be/ZIK4Uf9NhJA Contrast- alter the or slowing down lighting footage http://youtu.be/4QrlPmK4B94 Colour- add a colour  Ghost trail- see filter to show specific multiple actions mood (overlapped) to show Animation- title of someone drunk or on shows or cartoons drugs http://youtu.be/Z5xkFN-pOJc CGI- computer generated images  Blur- to show un-clarity (e.g. Avatar) memory
  16. 16.  Series of montage which is a series of shots that are not in sequential order, continuous or relate to each otherhttp://youtu.be/2HAUmII_hcg