Adding freeze frames to end or start sections


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Adding freeze frames to end or start sections

When we point a still camera and say hold it, we typically get what we want and need or something close. But when we shoot video, there are no hold its, you just keep recording, maybe 24, 25 or 30 frames a second depending on your camera settings. But somewhere in all that footage in those frames, there's very likely one very special frame, you could use to emphasize something in your story. Is it a meaningful handshake, a shy smile or a hard-working coffee grower? In the Event Library, in the Graphics keyword collection, let's take a look at the bumper called Delicious.

Throughout the Delicious Peace Grows in a Ugandan Coffee Bean documentary, these bumpers were used to go in or out of a story segment. Now of course they used text to communicate what this was about, and by the way, these bumpers were created in motion. But notice the image in the background. This was a still image of the coffee growers standing around a weight as they were weighing a bag of coffee. But look how mu...

Adding freeze frames to end or start sections
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Adding freeze frames to end or start sections provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Diana Weynand as part of the Effective Storytelling with Final Cut Pro X v10.0.9

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Video
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Final Cut Pro
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