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match cut

The exact opposite of a jump cut within a scene. These cuts make sure that there is a spatial-visual logic between the differently positioned shots within a scene. thus, where the camera moves to, and the angle of the camera, makes visual sense to the spectator. Eyeline matching is part of the same visual logic: the first shot shows a character looking at something off-screen, the second shot shows what is being looked at. Match cuts then are also part of the seamlessness, the reality effect, so much favoured by Hollywood.

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match cut

A cut intended to blend two shots together unobtrusively (opposed to a Jump Cut).
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match cut

Four color process proofing system.
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match cut

One of various editorial devices used to preserve a sense of spatio-temporal integrity or continuity between cuts.
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