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Editing Basics, Part II

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 0:07
  • Continuity Editing 0:49
    • Continuous Edit
  • What is Coverage? 3:34
    • What is Coverage?
  • Crossing the Line 4:51
    • Crossing the Line
  • Simple Coverage 5:37
    • Coverage of a Simple Scene
    • Simple Coverage: Example Floor Plan
  • Crossing the Line 7:53
    • Crossing the Line
    • 180 Degree Rule
    • Example: Assembly
    • Example: Rough Cut
    • Example: Fine Cut
    • Example: Crossing the Line
  • Jump Cuts 13:21
    • Jump in Time
    • Miss Matched Action
  • Matching Action 15:22
    • Continuity of Action between Shots
    • Move Action Forward from Shot A to Shot B
  • L Cuts and J Cuts 18:03
    • L Cuts
    • J Cuts
  • Role of the Editor 23:57
    • Role of the Editor
  • Workflow 27:56
    • Workflow
    • Before You Begin
  • The Assembly Process 30:55
    • Organization of Your Material
    • Find Your Story
  • The Cuts 31:47
    • The Rough Cut
    • The First Cut
    • The Fine Cut
  • Locking Picture and Sound 34:59
    • Lock Picture
    • Sound Editing
    • Finalize Text, Graphics, and any Computer Generated Images
    • Lock Sound & Master Output