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    Editing In Film Editing

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    digital video and computer technology of today, filmmakers had no choice but to turn towards editing multiple shots together to create a cohesive movie. Originally, a camera only held fifteen minutes’ worth of film stock at a time, which was nearly impossible to create a quality film as there is a dependence on the choreography of a scene; the positioning of actors, props, and camera angle. Through editing, a collage of images composes a scene to convey the message best for the plot of the film at

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    Editing The Internet

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    Editing The Internet Now a days it is common for there to be computers in every classroom. Some people consider this to be beneficial and others believe it to be detrimental. Having access to the internet is great for research and exploration the problem is that it is not always safe for children. This topic is not only important for teachers but for parents also since many children have internet access at home. I say that the internet is not always safe because students may accidentally stumble

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    1)Editing Editing is the process of selecting and preparing written, visual, audible and film media used to convey information. The editing process can involve correction, condensation, organization, and many other modifications performed with an intention of producing a correct, consistent, accurate and complete work. The editing process often begins with the author's idea for the work itself, continuing as a collaboration between the author and the editor as the work is created. As such, editing

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    Editing In The Shining

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    Editing in The Shining In his classic horror film, The Shining, Stanley Kubrick utilizes many different elements of editing to create unique and terrifying scenes. Kubrick relies on editing to assist in the overall terrifying and horrifying feel created in the movie. Editing in the movie creates many different effects, but the most notable effects created add to the continuity of the film as well as the sense of fear and terror. One scene in particular stands out as a masterfully edited moment

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    The Editing of Hemingway's The Garden of Eden One deceased master author, one 1500 page manuscript, three previously unsuccessful editing attempts. This equation would scare away most editors. At first, it even scared away Tom Jenks. When his bosses at Scribner’s Publishing asked him to revise Hemingway’s 1500 page manuscript, Jenks initially declined. He told the company, “'I don't care if I never see another Hemingway story again’” (http://narrativemagazine.org/html/eden.htm). For Jenks

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    Editing and the Crisis of Open Source

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    Editing and the Crisis of Open Source The Free Software movement that began in 1985 and the newer "open source" movement, represented a serious threat to traditional methods of production and distribution. The idea of a non-proprietary method of cultural exchange was and is a radical departure from traditional models that have come to restrict creativity and free exchange. In the ensuing years, there was a gradual drift away from ideas of non-proprietary toward ideas of access to software’s code

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    One of the most under appreciated aspects in filmmaking is editing. Editing is the invisible art of film and without editing there would be no story. The writer, director, and editor use the five W’s in film to create the story. Who is the character, what is his goal, when is this taking place, where is it taking place, and why is this happening. All these things come to together for one purpose and that is to tell a story that is relatable to an audience. Everything that goes into a film has a purpose

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    Complexity Editing

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    Complexity editing is the process by which images are pieced together with an increased focus on dramatic or thematic elements of an event. With marked contrast to continuity editing, complexity editing seeks to remove the confines of time in terms of the horizontal parameter, and thus opens the event to a more introspective interpretation along the vertical axis. The primary application of complexity editing is the use of montage. Montage is the art of construction; the systematic selections of

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    The Importance of Editing in Films

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    “ ”. Discuss Film editing by definition is part of the creative postproduction process of filmmaking. In today’s modern world, film has made use of advanced digital technology to help with the editing. The editor or editors are usually given a complete compilation of all the footage. These various separate shots that can be regarded as ‘ raw’ footage. Their task is to create a finished motion picture through combining and selecting shots and putting them into a coherent sequence of events. Whenever

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    Editing Techniques

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    Introduction Drawn from my experience of editing In His Shadow, a 10min thriller about a teenage boy Liam being trapped in a family and finally becomes their dead son/brother Tommy as they have intended, this journal discusses various editing techniques, especially the opening and the ending of a scene, and transitions between scenes, as well as how editing decisions are affected by staging and how it interacts with the narrative. It also examines how the picture can be improved through efficient

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