In this lesson our instructor talks about advanced editing techniques. He discusses cutting to the action, four-point editing, replacing clips, nesting sequences, trimming and retiming clips. He ends the lesson with a discussion on J-cuts and L-cuts.
Cutting to the Action is a standard technique to create realism in your videos
Four-point editing gives you a choice of how you want to fit a clip into a smaller space on your Timeline
Nesting sequences is useful when you have a finished sequence you need to use in another sequence
A J-Cut and L-Cut is used to have voiceover behind a B-Roll clip
J-Cuts and L-Cuts are standard in interview and news programs
Advanced Editing Techniques
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