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Sometimes lighting and audio effects alone can not create a desired mood or feeling for a part of a production. Sometimes something a little more spectacular or out-of-the-ordinary is desired. In these cases, special effects can be used.

There are many types of special effects with a wide range of complexities and costs. This chapter will, by no means, cover all types of special effects, but will instead discuss some of the more common ones.

Steve Richardson 2000-07-06

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