Digital Video Effects

Digital Video Effects

Digital Video Effects commonly called DVEs, are digital visual effects that provide transitions from one scene to another, rather than making hard cut frame translational changes [ [ - Vision Mixer - TV] ] . DVEs include fading or dissolving frames, wiping from one frame to another, and frame flipping. More complex effects might include morphing, depending on director’s intent [ [,2542,t=digital+video+effects&i=41396,00.asp PC Magazine - Definition of: digital video effects] ] .

DVEs are used in by the broadcast television industry in live production environments like television studios, outside broadcasts or during any other program productions.

DVE types

* Wipe (transition)
* Dissolve (film)
* Morphing

ee also

* Vision mixer
* Technical director
* Television director


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