in-camera editing


in-camera editing
  refers to filming in the exact order required for the final product, thereby eliminating the post-production editing stage; a fast, albeit unprofessional way to produce a film, often employed by student or amateur film-makers; requires advanced planning to tell the desired story in order; aka in-camera effects, such as double-exposures, split-screen shots, rear-screen and front-projection process shots, etc.

Glossary of cinematic terms . 2015.

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