Film(movies) editing skills in film(movies) production
Different optical techniques and techniques are often used in the conversion of film lens in order to achieve the purpose of film editing. This paper introduces some common optical techniques of film and television editing.
1、 Cut in and cut out
This is the most commonly used shot conversion method in movies. That is, without skill, from the end of the previous shot to the beginning of the next shot, there is no gap in the middle. It is called cut.
2、 Fade out fade in
Also known as the film picture fade, fade. The picture gradually darkens and finally completely disappears. This method is called fade out or fade out. On the contrary, the picture gradually changes from dark to bright, and finally becomes completely clear. This lens is called fade in, also known as fade in.
3、 Transfer in and out
It is also a skill of lens conversion in movies. Sometimes use a clear straight line, sometimes use a wavy line to erase the picture straight, horizontally and obliquely from the edge of the picture, which is called marking out. Instead of the following picture, it is called delimitation.
4、 Out into
Also known as dissolution and dissolution, it is also a method of lens conversion in movies. While one picture gradually disappears (melts out), another picture gradually reveals (melts in). This is often used in the front and back two interrelated contents and scenes, resulting in the feeling of slow transition.
It refers to the superposition of two or even three pictures into one picture. It often shows the characters' memories, dreams, illusory imagination, magical world, etc.
6、 Other optical techniques
The focus becomes virtual.
The focus of several frames of the picture becomes virtual, and the image is gradually blurred. The speed and length of emptiness can be controlled freely, often showing scenes such as blurred vision and coma.
Freeze frame: it often means that a dynamic lens is momentarily stationary on a certain picture, and the particles on the picture appear very thick. Reverse printing: print the normal lens in the reverse order of the action.
Split picture: use a mask to divide a picture into two, three or more pictures.
Add mask: when an actor plays two roles at the same time and appears on the same picture, the mask is added on one side first, the other side is exposed first, and then the mask and exposure are changed.