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video clip

A brief, recorded, viewable file linked to a website or an electronic message used to educate students or to relay visual information, e.g., from real-time ultrasonography or angiography, from one user to another.
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"Teaching With Film Clips." Teaching Language and Culture with Film.
Viewing the film clips and studying the use of sounds, camera angles and use of colour for example, to position the viewer and present a message, helps the students understand the purpose of the text and also prepares them for creating their own multimedia texts.
The second film clips came from the film S.W.A.T The product names are McDonald's and Dr Pepper (duration: 24 seconds).
Occupying 13,000 square feet, this vast collection of film clips, working scripts, letters, props, costumes and other memorabilia has been culled from the legendary filmmaker's archives.
JUST a week after the announcement that men's urinals in pubs and clubs will be fitted with TVs showing adverts and short film clips, a rival company said they'll do the same in female toilets.
Film clips of former Plaid Cymru leader Gwynfor Evans have been published for the first time on a new DVD that pays homage to the campaigning politician.
The montage of film clips, stock footage, behind-the-scenes photos, supporting interviews, written documents, and sound bites builds a portrait of a complex and split character.
The site will also feature a number of multimedia elements, such as photographs and film clips, as well as several sets of discussion questions for use in high-school classrooms.
In this phase, the judge (the receiver or an independent judge) compares the mentation to the four possible film clips. What the judge should do, of course, is to note all the striking correspondences between the mentation and the content of any of the four clips.
Through interviews, rare photographs and film clips, and extensive rehearsal footage, the subject emerges as an imaginative and inspiring force in the classroom and a choreographer of austere integrity.