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Animation (Cinematography)

Here are entered works on the technical aspects of making animated films, television programs, or videos. Works on motion pictures, television programs, or videos that create the illusion of movement in drawings, clay, inanimate objects, or the like, through an animation technique, are entered under Animated films or Animated television programs.

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  • Animated films -- Technique
Filed under: Computer animation

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Filed under: Animated films -- History and criticismFiled under: Animated films -- United States Filed under: Cinematography Filed under: Framing camerasFiled under: Kinetograph Filed under: Motion picture film -- Preservation -- United StatesFiled under: Cinematography -- Juvenile fictionFiled under: Cinematography -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Cinematography -- Scientific applications Filed under: Framing (Cinematography) -- Psychological aspectsFiled under: Kinetoscope Filed under: KinetophoneFiled under: Video recording Filed under: Video surveillance in art

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