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Moving back and forth between shots of a woman tied to a railroad tracks and shots of a speeding train elsewhere on the track is an example of what editing technique? Parallel editing
Continuity editing Shot/reverse-shot Montage
Moving back and forth between shots of a woman tied to a railroad tracks and shots of a speeding train elsewhere on the track is an example of a.Parallel editing.
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User: Moving back and forth between shots of a woman tied to a railroad tracks and shots of a speeding train elsewhere on the track is an example of what editing technique? Parallel editing Continuity editing Shot/reverse-shot Montage

Weegy: Moving back and forth between shots of a woman tied to a railroad tracks and shots of a speeding train elsewhere on the track is an example of a.Parallel editing.
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User: Which of the following is the worldwide standard still in use for sound recording in film today? Acoustic sound Optical sound Electro-mechanical sound Magnetic sound

Weegy: Electro MEchanical Sound
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User: What was the first decade in which most major motion pictures were full-fledged talking pictures? The 1910s The 1920s The 1930s The 1940s

User: What was the first decade in which most major motion pictures were full-fledged talking pictures? The 1910s The 1920s The 1930s The 1940s

User: Continuity editing is designed to preserve what illusion in the minds of the audience? That the world of the film is continuous with the real world That a new scene is beginning with every new cut That a scene is taking place in a continuous time and place That a story’s ending is a continuation of its beginning and middle

Weegy: d.That a story?s ending is a continuation of its beginning and middle
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User: What is the job of a film’s editor? Putting his or her vision into words Choosing and arranging what will actually be in the scene Composing various images in the camera Choosing shots, their order, and their duration on screen

Weegy: Choosing shots, their order, and their duration on screen
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User: Which of the following tasks is part of the process of film editing but not part of the process of book editing? 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: The best answer would be in order to ensure that the story makes sense and that everything flows well.
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User: What did filmmakers consider to be the advantage of silent films? They allowed for more realism They left more to the audience’s imagination They had fewer distractions for audiences They were less expensive to make

Weegy: b.They left more to the audience?s imagination
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User: At which stage of the process of film production does editing primarily take place? Pre-production Shooting Post-production Distribution

User: When the title character of Run, Lola, Run is shown running away from the camera, first a short distance away, and then in the next shot several yards further away, the editor is using what technique? Jump-cut Direct cut Fade out Dissolve

Weegy: The editor is using the Jump-cut technique.
Expert answered|sweetypie1431|Points 261|

User: Repeating a single frame over and over on the final print of a film results in which of the following effects? Jump-cut Freeze-frame Slow motion Fast motion

Weegy: Freeze-frame
Expert answered|sweetypie1431|Points 261|

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