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Ken Burns Effect: Explained & Illustrated with Gettysburg Address

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Published on Aug 27, 2014

Short informational vid on the Ken Burns Effect for students enrolled in EDT 631. Note how zoom is used in opener to simulate viewer walking through entrance to the memorial. One of the most powerful zooms begins with a single dead body and pulls back to gradually reveal the mass carnage of the battle. Also note that, when still images are used, zooming or panning never stops. Each fades fluidly into the other, giving the effect of continuous motion. Video is of Civil War vets at Gettysburg. With video, zooming and panning is no longer necessary to give illusion of "motion pictures."

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