Getting feedback, making adjustments, and receiving approval


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Getting feedback, making adjustments, and receiving approval

So, you've combined and trimmed your scenes to complete the rough cut. Once you've screened the film for yourself many times to make sure everything is working, you're prepared to show it to others. This is because while you've been editing the film, you've been working in somewhat of a vacuum. Now you're ready for fresh eyes and ears to tell you what's working and what isn't. Truly, holding a screening in front of an audience teaches you a whole lot about your work. Sometimes screenings are exciting and sometimes they're hard. But you should try your best to get as much out of them as possible, so your project can continue to improve.

A few things about this very important phase, like I said previously, you need to screen it for people who are both invested in the film and for those that have no stake in the film's success at all. You want to make sure you get the sort of feedback that lets you know how your cut compares with the vision o...

Getting feedback, making adjustments, and receiving approval
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Getting feedback, making adjustments, and receiving approval 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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