Creating mini-storylines to contain groups of clips


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Creating mini-storylines to contain groups of clips

Now that you've chosen your favorite sections from the primary interview clips, it's time to start making soup. But as in soup making, you often combine some of the ingredients together before you place them in the broth. To follow suit with this project, I'm going to suggest once again that you bypass the traditional approach to editing where you edit one clip at a time in a logical story order. Why put the pressure on yourself at this point to know exactly what you want and in what order? Instead, I want you to experience the freedom of editing mini storylines that you will eventually simmer and stew into your mini documentary. We're going to begin by creating a new project.

Let's go down to our project library and take a look at the structure we've created for these exercise files. First, there's a folder called Documentary Editing. So just in case you have other projects that are on your Macintosh hard drive, these will stand together. When I reveal the contents of...

Creating mini-storylines to contain groups of clips
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Creating mini-storylines to contain groups of clips provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Diana Weynand as part of the Documentary Editing with Final Cut Pro X

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Final Cut Pro
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