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10th Aug '16 9:05:28 AM Morgenthaler
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11th Jul '16 4:04:14 AM eroock
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Transition in which one scene changes gradually into the other. The speed and timing of the dissolve can be used to add meaning to a scene transition.

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Transition SceneTransition in which one scene changes gradually into the other. The speed and timing of the dissolve can be used to add meaning to a scene transition.
22nd Jun '16 12:59:14 PM Morgenthaler
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14th Feb '16 2:48:55 PM gallium
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Stop a dissolve halfway, and you get superimposition. Dissolve with black (or occasionally white) and you get a FadeIn or FadeOut. The second-oldest film transition type, after the HardCut.

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Stop a dissolve halfway, and you get superimposition. Dissolve with black (or occasionally white) and you get a FadeIn or FadeOut. The second-oldest film transition type, type (dating at least as far back as ''Film/JoanOfArc'' in 1900), after the HardCut.
4th Nov '15 1:52:10 PM TheWhistleTropes
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The musical equivalent of this is FadingIntoTheNextSong.
6th Jun '13 6:57:50 PM LeeM
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In the earliest days, dissolves were done in-camera: expose the film while fading out the lights in one scene, wind it back, and shoot the second scene while raising the lights, producing a double-exposed shot. An analog editing bay does much the same job, by fading the light levels used to project the film onto the blank stock.

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In the earliest days, dissolves were done in-camera: expose the film while fading out the lights in one scene, wind it back, and shoot the second scene while raising the lights, producing a double-exposed shot. An analog editing bay does much the same job, by fading the light levels used to project the film onto the blank stock.
stock. In some films using this technique the colour and contrast shift before and after each dissolve, because the dissolved footage is a generation removed in quality.
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