Full motion video
When you’re playing a video game and suddenly a video clip starts playing instead of the regular 3D animations or sprites, that’s what is known as an FMV.
This term is often used while discussing game trailers and introductions. It’s not uncommon to see an FMV after you’ve triumphed over a significant section of a game.
So, next time you’re deep into a gaming session and a video sequence pops up, you’ll know it’s called an FMV!
Example for using ‘FMV’ in a conversation
Hey, have you seen the new game trailer for ‘CyberWorld’?
No, not yet. Is it good?
Yeah, it’s amazing! They used FMV for the cutscenes.
Oh, what’s FMV?
It stands for Full Motion Video. Instead of using animations or sprites, they used real videos.
That’s cool! I love when games have realistic graphics.
Exactly! FMV adds a whole new level of immersion to the game.
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