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Unformatted text preview: Post-Production 1- Introduction to editing More than just the sum of its parts Task: to compress time, to make space contract or expand, to suggest locations or events that are non-existent <--- deception on a grand scale Editing: this is how it goes Know your footage inside out, viewing it repeatedly Know where strong points are and what looks good log your footage with detailed notes, including descriptions of the shot, timecode start and end points, duration, whether audio is of sufficient quality Make a rough paper edit Editing dos and donts say it economically Show the scene progress in terms of the motivation of characters, events that have happened or any other detail needed to understand the plot.(*make sure you understand the motivation of the character and build your edit around that) Sophisticated audiences want to be made to work a little to uncover the goodies you are offeringfilms that demand something of you are often the more satisfying experience....
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course FILM don't kno taught by Professor Libov during the Spring '08 term at Fairleigh Dickinson.
- Spring '08