Editing

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Continuity Editing
Main way to edit. Gives uninterrupted flow from shot to shot. Only cuts will be used, can involve cross cutting where a sequence cuts between 2 different settings where action is taking place at the same time.
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Montage Editing
Visual images are assembled in a sequence to build up an impression and create meaning. The cuts are often noticeable
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Cut
One image is suddenly replaced by another, without a visible transition (think PowerPoint slide)
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Cross Dissolve
One image dissolves into another. This can be used to make a montage sequence- e.g. the title sequence - flow smoothly; it can be used in continuity editing to show that we have moved forwards in time and or space
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Fade Up
An image gradually emerges from a blank screen
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Fade Out
An image gradually fades out. Fades to and from black usually mean that time has passed
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Wipe
One image replaces another without dissolving with the border between the images moving across or around the screen.
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Card 2

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Visual images are assembled in a sequence to build up an impression and create meaning. The cuts are often noticeable

Back

Montage Editing

Card 3

Front

One image is suddenly replaced by another, without a visible transition (think PowerPoint slide)

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

One image dissolves into another. This can be used to make a montage sequence- e.g. the title sequence - flow smoothly; it can be used in continuity editing to show that we have moved forwards in time and or space

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

An image gradually emerges from a blank screen

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
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