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Terminology Description
Jump Cut

A moving-image production change which is used to eliminate unwanted time in a scene, such as the dead period between the time a character enters a room and the time they reach their destination on the other side of the room. Most jump cuts are unobtrusive because we adjust to this 'lost' time automatically and psychologically, but they may be intentionally inserted where they would be apparent for particular reasons or purposes of the production