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Whats the difference between Create an Movie etc2?


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#1 kyle25011193

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Posted 09 June 2018 - 10:09 AM

Whats the difference between Create an Movie to create an clips to create an footage to create an videos?



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#2 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 09 June 2018 - 05:07 PM

In one sense none since they now all use digital video technology.

 

In common usage a movie or a video would normally be a larger/longer work which would be assembled from a number of clips. Footage is a now virtually obsolete term which used to relate to the actual length of film used. You must at some time seen a scene in a film or TV program where a movie is being shot and you get the cliche of the clapper board shoved in front of the camera at the start of the scene - 'Scene 27, Take 6' as an example. Each of these 'Takes' would be a clip from which, after editing, the movie would be assembled.

 

I hope this answers the question I think you are asking.

 

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