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This Vocabulary Crossword will help student practice the vocabulary terms for MaWD 3.01b Introduction To The Stages of Video Production Vocabulary.

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VIDEO EFFECTS: Enable you to add special effects to your movie, such as a vintage look or changing a video to black and white.
TRANSITIONS: The visual move.ments as one picture, video clip, or title changes to another
MPEG: Moving Picture Experts Group
MOV: Movie
SHOT TYPES: Wide, medium, tight.
SOUND EFFECTS: Artificially created or enhanced sounds to emphasize content or enhance a creative point in a video.
STORYBOARDING: A sequence of drawings, with directions and sometimes dialog, that represents planned shots for a movie.
FLV: Flash
CASTING: Finding appropriate people to play the roles of the video.
AVI: Audio Video Interleave
FRAMING: The process of creating composition in your shots. Follow the Rule of Thirds.
CLIPS: Small segments of a larger video
SCRIPT WRITING: The written text for your movie.
ZOOMING: A gradually changing from a longer to shorter shot or vice versa.
SEQUENCE: A variety of wide, medium, and tight video shots edited together.
CAPTURING VIDEO: Importing video from the original recording device.
PANNING: A sweeping movement of a camera horizontally across a scene.
FIELD OF VIEW: The extent of what can be seen in a still or video shot.
TRIM: To hide parts of a file or clip without deleting them from the original source.
NARRATION: Audio of one or more people that has been recorded to enhance or assist in telling the story for your video.
PREPRODUCTION: Tasks undertaken before production begins.
SOUNDTRACKS: A musical recording that accompanies and is frequently synchronized with a video.
PRODUCTION: Filming the video.
ROLLING CREDITS: Include cast and credits for sources.
BRAINSTORMING: Producing ideas through spontaneous group discussion.
TIMELINE: Shows the components of the movie such as photos, video, audio clips and titles in the order and timing that they will appear in movie.
POSTPRODUCTION: Stages are: Importing, trimming, editing, and exporting the finished movie.
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MaWD 3.01a Introduction To Audio Vocabulary Crossword
Subject:
Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
Level:
High School
Grades:
Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Material Type:
Vocabulary
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Date Added:
11/08/2019
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
Language:
English
Media Format:
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