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Question 1 (4 points)


Both 1080 lines of resolution and 720 lines of resolution are considered HD.

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Question 2 (4 points)

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Editing at its core is about

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A break in visual continuity is defined as a

Question 4 (4 points)

 Editors control how a story is perceived by the audience.

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Question 5 (4 points)

Good editing makes multiple takes and angles look like real time.

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Question 6 (4 points)

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The Chromakey color used most often in video is

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You can ‘cover’ a jump cut in editing with a

Question 8 (4 points)

it is OK to change the screen direction of your character during a chase scene.

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The person on a film or video production in charge of continuity is called the

Question 10 (4 points)

The saturation of a video image has to do with it’s color intensity.

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Question 11 (4 points)

Cutting on action makes multiple shots look like one continuous shot.

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Question 12 (4 points)

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The minimum times a scene with 2 actors will be shot is

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The third phase of production is

Question 14 (8 points)

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Timecode is broken down into hours,
seconds and

Question 15 (4 points)

 You use a long shot to convey emotion to the audience.

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Question 16 (4 points)

It is OK to cross the 180 degree axis if you are shooting an action scene.

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Question 17 (4 points)

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NLE stands for

Question 18 (4 points)


You start with a wide shot in editing to establish location or situation.

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Question 19 (4 points)


On which format could you immediately see the result of what you were shooting?      

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Question 20 (4 points)


It is OK to go from a wide shot to a close up in normal editing.

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Question 21 (4 points)


Films always shoot scenes out of sequence. 

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Question 22 (4 points)

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In editing you
out what you don’t want, and add in things you do want.

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It’s a bad thing to have your audience confused.

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Question 24 (4 points)


A j-cut is when you see the person before they start talking. 

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Good editing creates a
from scene to scene.

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When the subject goes from exiting a taxi and the next scene they are getting out of an elevator, that is an example of
in editing.