EDITING TECHNIQUES

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  • Created on: 06-05-16 09:22
Fade In/Out
These transitions are used to fade in the beginning as well as fade out the end of a sequence – these are usually black.
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Dissolve
This transition is used to signify the passing of time – one shot dissolves into the other.
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Slow Motion
This transition is often used for dramatic effect.
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Cuts
This is just a cut from one shot to another, without a transition.
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Shot Reverse Shot
This is mainly a filming technique, but put together in the edit to generally use when two people are conversing. We see the different points of view.
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Montage
A sequence of shots put together to imply a long event happening over a shorter amount of time.
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Card 2

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This transition is used to signify the passing of time – one shot dissolves into the other.

Back

Dissolve

Card 3

Front

This transition is often used for dramatic effect.

Back

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Card 4

Front

This is just a cut from one shot to another, without a transition.

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

This is mainly a filming technique, but put together in the edit to generally use when two people are conversing. We see the different points of view.

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
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