Evaluating the project for story content and pacing


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Evaluating the project for story content and pacing

Ever noticed that when something in a movie catches your attention, you stop eating your popcorn. It could be a confusing jump in characters, a tender moment, out of sync audio or a runaway train coming into a station. Good edits or bad, your brain tells you to stop everything you're doing and pay attention to what you're seeing and hearing. The magic to this alarm system may have more to do with evaluating what's on screen than it does with the buttery popcorn. So let's dim the lights, kick back and what the heck, grab some popcorn. It's time for a screening.

In the Project Library let's open the 05-03_Coffee Composite project. In this project you'll see the familiar coffee clips, but when you skim through the project you'll notice that there are other clips of Ben and Paul talking, of JJ, and in the timeline you see narration flips and you Sinina, well you see Sinina's clip but you don't see Sinina on screen. What we want to do is kick back, litera...

Evaluating the project for story content and pacing
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Evaluating the project for story content and pacing 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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