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This is actually a collateral effect of the concept of rolling shutter. Most video devices do not expose all the frame area at once. They expose starting from one side and (up or down) and move from there. (The example has the camera rotated 90° so the effect is on the sides of the frame). This can be either a mechanical element that moves or rotates or an ...


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A very simple one you can do is a transition that is dipping to white. If your editor doesn't offer this kind of transition you can do the following: add a still image which is all white, do a cross dissolve from scene A to the white still, then a cross dissolve from the white still to scene B. Ideally the first time you use it is when audience can infer ...


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