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Compare and contrast the ways special effects are used in film and television to special effects that might be used in commercials, documentaries, and news programs

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Well, Apart from the fact that the special effects used in film and television are more high maintenance and require to be more precise, you also have the fact that the special effects used in normal television programs are to ensure the watcher keeps watching whereas in television shows such as series and such use special effects to emphasis the scene.
First define what a special effect is (for example title animation, CGI, etc.). Then select one film and one commercial to compare. What you will find is that comparing will be easier than contrasting since all these genres use all the effects.

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