Temporalization is the influence of sound on the perception of time in the image. Temporalization is one of the most important effects relative to the perception of time in the image, upon which sound can exert considerable influence.
Temporalization depends on the type of sound present. Depending on dentistry, internal texture, tone quality, and progression, a sound can temporarally animate an image to a greater or lesser degree, and with more or less driving or restrained rhythm.
If we think about the senses and the way they work together, then it makes sense that sound can be timed to our perception of images and film.
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Post a Comment