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FLASH CARDS

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									       Using the Flashcard Template
   Copy the presentation to your hard drive.
   There are two sets of templates:
      Slides #3 & 4 are for identifying terms
      Slides #5 & 6 are for learning definitions
   Open the slides using slide sorter and copy either set of
    slides for each term/definition you are going to construct.
   Go to each slide and substitute the text with the proper
    terms or definitions.
   Delete this slide (slide #1) after you are done.
   Save the file.
FLASH CARDS
Analog




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Analog use a continuous range of values to represent information.




                          Analog




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Digital




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Using discrete (discontinuous) values, usually but not always
 symbolized numerically (hence called "digital") to represent
information for input, processing, transmission, storage, etc.




                         Digital




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Linear Editing




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The process of selecting, arranging and modifying the images and
                 sound recorded on videotape.




                      Linear Editing




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Zoom




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Is the cropping of an image down to a centered area with the
             same aspect ratio as the original




                         Zoom




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Focus




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The adjustment for distinct vision ; also : the
area that may be seen distinctly or resolved
             into a clear image.




                 Focus


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2 Dimensional Effect




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 2 Dimensional Refers to objects that are
constructed on two planes (X and Y, height
  and width, row and column, etc.). (Flat
                 Objects)




             2 D Effect


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3 Dimensional Effect




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  3 Dimensional objects are constructed on
three planes (X, Y and Z) (Items can be rotated
             into different views)




         3 Dimensional Effect


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