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  1. How many fields are there in 1-second of interlaced PAL video?1

    How many fields are there in 1-second of interlaced PAL video?

  2. In relation to display types and monitors, what does “Gamut” refer to?1

    In relation to display types and monitors, what does “Gamut” refer to?

  3. A “Fade” is the gradual mix from one image to another.1

    A “Fade” is the gradual mix from one image to another.

  4. A Hollywood movie will be encoded onto a single-sided DVD at around which of the following bitrates?1

    A Hollywood movie will be encoded onto a single-sided DVD at around which of the following bitrates?

  5. A “Dissolve” is a gradual appearance or disappearance of an image to or from a blank, usually black, screen.1

    A “Dissolve” is a gradual appearance or disappearance of an image to or from a blank, usually black, screen.

  6. Whilst there are still CRT displays in use, what portion of the screen should you ensure all titles or graphic information occupy?1

    Whilst there are still CRT displays in use, what portion of the screen should you ensure all titles or graphic information occupy?

  7. Which of the following is a common term for unedited video footage?1

    Which of the following is a common term for unedited video footage?

  8. The human eye is always drawn to the darkest part of a picture.1

    The human eye is always drawn to the darkest part of a picture.

  9. A “Cut” can be defined as the joining together of two separate shots without a break or visual effect.1

    A “Cut” can be defined as the joining together of two separate shots without a break or visual effect.

  10. Crawling Titles move from the bottom to the top of the screen.1

    Crawling Titles move from the bottom to the top of the screen.

  11. In relation to setting the bitrate of a DVD, what do the letters “VBR” stand for?1

    In relation to setting the bitrate of a DVD, what do the letters “VBR” stand for?

  12. In relation to units of data, how many “Bits” make up a “Byte”?1

    In relation to units of data, how many “Bits” make up a “Byte”?

  13. What type of cut is used in an interview situation whereby the interviewer is shown nodding in acknowledgement to a comment by the interviewee?1

    What type of cut is used in an interview situation whereby the interviewer is shown nodding in acknowledgement to a comment by the interviewee?

  14. A “J-cut” refers to an edit where…1

    A “J-cut” refers to an edit where…

  15. An audio “Cross Dissolve” is a gradual mix between two soundtracks.1

    An audio “Cross Dissolve” is a gradual mix between two soundtracks.

  16. Human beings do not register rapid eye motion between glances. What is this process called?1

    Human beings do not register rapid eye motion between glances. What is this process called?

  17. What is the minimum recommended pixel size for fonts used in titles or graphics?1

    What is the minimum recommended pixel size for fonts used in titles or graphics?

  18. With a constant bit rate of 7.5 megabits per second, what is the maximum duration of video/audio that you would expect to fit on a standard single-layer recordable DVD?1

    With a constant bit rate of 7.5 megabits per second, what is the maximum duration of video/audio that you would expect to fit on a standard single-layer recordable DVD?

  19. How many Gigabytes of data can be placed on a standard single-sided recordable DVD?1

    How many Gigabytes of data can be placed on a standard single-sided recordable DVD?

  20. A quick dissolve from one shot to another of around 5 to 11 frames can be used to soften a cut between two parts of a continuing sequence. Which TWO of the following is this known as?1

    A quick dissolve from one shot to another of around 5 to 11 frames can be used to soften a cut between two parts of a continuing sequence. Which TWO of the following is this known as?

  21. The most common shot or scene transition is…1

    The most common shot or scene transition is…

  22. The correct term for a bridging shot between two near identical shots is…1

    The correct term for a bridging shot between two near identical shots is…

  23. A “Matched Cut” contains a relationship between adjoining shots which makes the change of shots appear smooth or natural to the viewer.1

    A “Matched Cut” contains a relationship between adjoining shots which makes the change of shots appear smooth or natural to the viewer.

  24. Titles that appear at the bottom of the screen and move up and out of the screen at the top are referred to as…1

    Titles that appear at the bottom of the screen and move up and out of the screen at the top are referred to as…

  25. In relation to setting the bitrate of a DVD, what do the letters “CBR” stand for?1

    In relation to setting the bitrate of a DVD, what do the letters “CBR” stand for?

  26. As a general rule of thumb, in a static image or video shot, the viewer will be able to absorb the information within…1

    As a general rule of thumb, in a static image or video shot, the viewer will be able to absorb the information within…

  27. If you cut two similar shots together you will create what is called a “Jump Cut”.1

    If you cut two similar shots together you will create what is called a “Jump Cut”.

  28. The Title Safe area for LCD and plasma screens is 100%.1

    The Title Safe area for LCD and plasma screens is 100%.

  29. Picture Grading of a digital video production involves…1

    Picture Grading of a digital video production involves…

  30. An “L-cut” refers to an edit where…1

    An “L-cut” refers to an edit where…

  31. On a change of angle shot, you should ensure that the angle change is at least…1

    On a change of angle shot, you should ensure that the angle change is at least…

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