CH 6 Video Language Vocabulary Part 1: Question Preview (ID: 14108)


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A lens or a setting on a zoom lens setting that magnifies subjects and minimizes apparent depth by filling the frame with a narrow angle of view.
a) Camera Angle b) Match Points c) Continuity d) Telephoto Lens
A short segment of program content, usually made up of several related shots.
a) Sequence b) Scene c) Continuity d) Shot
The organization of video material into a coherent presentation.
a) Act b) Shot c) Continuity d) Point of View
Any complete video presentation.
a) Program b) Wipe c) Image d) Frame
A transition in which the image begins at full brightness and gradually darkens to pure black.
a) Dissolve b) Jump Cut c) Fade-Out d) Image
A single set of visual information.
a) Frame b) Image c) Setup d) Act
An arrangement of production equipment placed to record shots from a certain point of view.
a) Digital Video Effect (DVE) b) Camera Angle c) Sequence d) Setup
A single still picture, 30 of which make a second of NTSC video. Also, the border around the image.
a) Cut Together b) Frame c) Wipe d) Point of View
A vantage point from which the camera records a shot.
a) Point of View b) Jump Cut c) Wide Angle Lens d) Digital Video Effect (DVE)
A lens or a setting on a zoom lens that minimizes subjects and magnifies apparent depth by filling the frame with a wide angle of view.
a) Cut Together b) Dissolve c) Wide Angle Lens d) Jump Cut
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