Organizing and screening interview and B-roll footage


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Organizing and screening interview and B-roll footage

Organizing the footage by locations is a good start and will allow you to search for a clip based on where it was shot. But it's helpful to think about your footage in different ways. For example, you could organize the same set of footage into two distinct groups, the people who were interviewed that tell the Farm To Table story on camera, and the remaining clips which of course is the B-roll Footage. So let's take a second pass at organizing this footage and focus around those two categories. First of all, let's change the name of the event to Farm To Table, that's the name of your project.

I see something else that I'd like to change, and that's the name of this collection, rather than Farmer Market, I'd like to change it to farmers market. Now notice that it's okay to change names of collections or even clips here once you're inside Final Cut Pro. What's not good is to go back at this point and change the name of something on the desktop level. So what w...

Organizing and screening interview and B-roll footage
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Organizing and screening interview and B-roll footage 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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