Editing and arranging a still-image storyline


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Editing and arranging a still-image storyline

Taking still photos at a video shoot might seem a little redundant, but I believe our eyes see differently through a still camera than a video camera. Since you are not recording sound, you have to look more closely to determine what the image is saying, and still images can be powerful. Just ask a photojournalist, they can tell very compelling stories simply by using still images and an audio recording of someone talking. As part of a video project though, stills can add a needed pause or an extra dimension to your story. In the Project Library let's open the Stills project.

This is an empty project. And remember in order to edit something like stills or audio we are going to first need to edit a video clip to establish the settings. Let's edit a clip from our Music selection. We have different clips. We have drumming, and kids playing xylophone, but we also have this lovely clip of kids singing and clapping together. Let's edit this into the timeline. Editing that clip now sets...

Editing and arranging a still-image storyline
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Editing and arranging a still-image storyline 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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