Identifying and marking project needs


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Identifying and marking project needs

As the narrative to the Farm To Table project starts to become clear and more concise, you will start to get ideas about what shot you might want to place where, or perhaps what shot needs color correcting, or even where you think some music might provide a nice transition. These are important thoughts, and you don't want to lose them. The best way to capture them in a project is by adding markers at specific locations throughout the editing process. Now, there are three types of markers that you will see. Let's just do a quick review if you haven't been used to using them.

First of all, let's listen to the very first clip. (BD Dautch: Okay, my name is BD Dautch.) One more time. (BD Dautch: Okay, my name is BD Dautch.) So it sounds like his name and the way he's introducing himself is a little bit of a problem with the audio. I'm going to want to come back and look at that later when I focus on audio, but not right now. So what I do is put my marker, in this case, I position...

Identifying and marking project needs
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Identifying and marking project needs 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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