Building scenes with B-roll


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Building scenes with B-roll

Once you have laid out your main audio foundation in your scenes, it's time to begin supplementing video footage to help tell your story. This supplemental video footage or B-roll serves multiple purposes. Not only does it enhance your narrative, but it also helps to both cover up and smooth out the jump cuts and chopped up audio that inevitably results from the construction of your radio edit. Now you want to make sure that when you use B-roll, it helps set the scene, that it adds further detail and enhances your story.

Don't use it to just show exactly what's being said. This gets monotonous and uninteresting pretty fast. So try to work to engage the viewer, rather than spoon-feed the viewer. So I have my radio edit of my Introduction. This beginning part right here is where BD is talking about this growing, changing, exciting movement, basically the farm to table movement and then we have a few talking heads at the farmers market and in restaurants talking about it as well. So I think...

Building scenes with B-roll
Video duration: 9m 30s 3h 16m Intermediate

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Building scenes with B-roll provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Documentary Editing with Avid Media Composer

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