Understanding trimming


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Understanding trimming

Let's take a moment to step back and go over the process an editor takes when editing a sequence. After the editor organize and sets up his project, he begins editing what is called the rough assembly. Essentially, the first draft of the sequence. The rough assembly is not over analyzed for timing or pacing. It simply puts the shots in relatively the right order. The next step is often called the radio edit, which is where the editor runs through the rough assembly with a fine- toothed comb to work out the proper timing and pacing focusing on the audio.

Then, once the sequence is timed properly in regards to the audio, the editor goes back a third time to adjust the video edits. We've really already covered how to lay down the rough assembly in the previous chapter. In this chapter, we will talk about how an editor fine-tunes the sequence to create the radio edit and final video edit through the use of trim. Trimming is probably the most important part of editing. Because it's wh...

Understanding trimming
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Understanding trimming provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Avid Media Composer 5 Essential Training

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