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Editing Basics, Part I

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:06
  • What Does an Editor Do? 1:14
    • Tell a Story
    • Creating Narrative Space & Time
  • Creating Space 2:58
    • Creating Space
  • Creating Time 4:38
    • Creating Time
  • Composition 6:32
    • What is Composition?
    • Field of View Choice
    • Camera Angle Choice
    • Focus & Depth of Field
    • Rule of Thirds
    • Negative Space
    • Highlights & Shadows
    • Colors & Texture
    • Vectors
  • Vectors 11:13
    • Vectors in Composition
    • Filmmakers & Vectors
    • Three Kinds of Vectors
    • Why are Vectors Important?
    • Graphic Vectors
    • Index Vectors
    • Motion Vectors
  • Leading the Eye with Vectors from Shot to Shot 16:29
    • Leading the Eye with Vectors from Shot to Shot
  • Rhythm and Tempo 17:05
    • Rhythm and Tempo
  • Sound Design 19:30
    • Editors Make Choices Regarding Sound
    • Three Tracks of Sound
  • Diegetic Sound 20:43
    • Diegetic Sound
  • Non-Diegetic Sound 22:10
    • Non-diegetic Sound
  • Dialogue 23:52
    • Production Sound
    • ADR
  • Sound FX 25:16
    • Sound FX
  • Music 26:56
    • Music
  • Titles and Text 27:39
    • Editors Design and Make Choices Regarding Titles & Text
  • Graphics 28:14
    • Graphics
  • Character Generated Material 29:00
    • Post Production
  • Associative Editing 30:10
    • Associative Editing
  • Building Performance 31:51
    • Building Performance