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Q: Continuity editing is designed to preserve what illusion in the minds of the audience? (Points : 1) a.That the world of the film is continuous with the real world b. That a new scene is
beginning with every new cut c. That a scene is taking place in a continuous time and place d.That a story’s ending is a continuation of its beginning and middle
A: 1. CONTINUITY EDITING: A system of joining shots together to create the illusion of a continuous and clear narrative action.chs.smuhsd.org/bigue/art_of_video/index/tutorial/editing...
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User: Continuity editing is designed to preserve what illusion in the minds of the audience? (Points : 1) a.That the world of the film is continuous with the real world b. That a new scene is beginning with every new cut c. That a scene is taking place in a continuous time and place d.That a story’s ending is a continuation of its beginning and middle

Weegy: 1. CONTINUITY EDITING: A system of joining shots together to create the illusion of a continuous and clear narrative action.chs.smuhsd.org/bigue/art_of_video/index/tutorial/editing...
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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? (Points : 1) a.Ensuring that the story makes sense b.Making sure one section logically follows another c.Helping to construct the work itself d.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: 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? (Points : 1) a.Parallel editing b.Continuity editing c.Shot/reverse-shot d.Montage

Weegy: The answer is "Parallel editing "
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User: According to scholars, what is one way the advent of talking pictures changed the behavior of movie audiences? (Points : 1) a.It made audiences more silent b.It made audiences more talkative c.It made audiences more attentive d.It made audiences more demanding

Weegy: c. it made audiences more attentive,
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User: Filmmakers can make up for which of the following problems with the use of coverage? (Points : 1) a.A poor music score b.A weak script c.A low budget d.A bad performance

Weegy: c.A low budget
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User: Which of the following is not one of the three basic reasons to use dialogue in movies? (Points : 1) a. To further the development of the plot b.To enhance characterizations c.To repeat in words actions that have just occurred d. To establish information the audience needs to know

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answer is a)to further the development of the plot
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