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jump cut

An instantaneous cut from one action to another, at first seemingly unrelated, action. Jump cuts will usually call attention to themselves because of the abrupt change in time and/or place.

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jump cut

A cut involving an interruption to the continuity of time, where the image in a shot closelymatches the image of the previous shot.
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jump cut

A jump cut is an editing technique in which some frames are taken out of a sequence.
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jump cut

Basically, two similar shots cut together with a jump in continuity, camera position or time.
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jump cut

A movie option that is available in select cameras such as the Nikon 1 V3. It records silent jump-cut movies. Recording pauses every other second for a drop-frame effect.
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jump cut

An editorial transition between two shots in which the illusion of temporal continuity is radically disrupted.
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