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Taking a scripted project from concept to creation is one of the most exciting and rewarding processes that any editor can do—from a green novice to an experienced Hollywood ace. This course guides you through the creative decisions in editing various types of narrative scenes—from classic dialogue, to rhythmic montage, to creative flashback. You'll explore what it takes to create a great rough cut, from shot choice and composition, to performance and pacing, while editing in Avid Media Composer. Author Ashley Kennedy guides you through the scene construction process with plenty of creative and logistical lessons that are applicable to situations editors face in the real world.
Hi, I'm Ashley Kennedy, and welcome to Narrative Scene Editing with Avid Media Composer. In this project-based course, we'll be exploring the creative art of scene construction and editing three separates scenes within a narrative film. Before diving into editing, we'll become acquainted with the setup and organization of our project, and then we'll learn the basics behind some important traditional editing conventions. Then we'll explore the full end-to-end workflow for constructing a traditional dramatic dialogue scene starting with the digital script and going through the rough-cut and refining phases.
Next, we'll take a look at how to cut a creative montage to show the passage of time, combination of ideas, and the projection of emotion. We'll then combine both traditional and creative editing techniques to edit a flashback scene being sure to give it a nice stylistic flair. And finally, we'll explore the concepts behind larger issues of scene flow and story arc, as well as how to conduct feedback sessions, make revisions, and bring together the final elements in the process of finishing the film.
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