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Which of the following tasks is part of the process of film editing but not part of the process of book editing? (Points : 1) Ensuring that the story makes sense Making sure one
section logically follows another Helping to construct the work itself Determining that the work holds together as a whole
Helping to construct the work itself
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User: At which stage of the process of film production does editing primarily take place

User: Which of the following tasks is part of the process of film editing but not part of the process of book editing? (Points : 1) Ensuring that the story makes sense Making sure one section logically follows another Helping to construct the work itself Determining that the work holds together as a whole

Weegy: Helping to construct the work itself
johnlennons|Points 794|

User: Why do silent films often seem to move faster than modern sound films? (Points : 1) Because filmmakers wanted to squeeze more action onto less film Because they generally feature quicker cutting than modern films Because the rates of shooting and projection were not standardized Because audiences expected films to be a lot shorter in those days

Weegy: 3. Because the rates of shooting and projection were not standardized.
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User: At which stage of the process of film production does editing primarily take place? (Points : 1) Pre-production Shooting Post-production Distribution

User: What is the purpose of using the familiar device known as a clapboard? (Points : 1) To test the volume of sound on set To ensure that sound and image in a film are synchronized To bring the cast and crew to attention To signal the beginning of the take to the editor

Weegy: To signal the beginning of the take to the editor
Expert answered|uxiali|Points 118|



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