Choosing an interview logging method


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Choosing an interview logging method

We've already taken a brief tour of our interviews. But now it's time to actually digest and annotate the interview content for the purpose of editing. But how are we going to do that? Let's pause to consider, because some strategic thinking at this point will go a long way to a smooth process. There are a lot of ways to go about logging, but for me the goal is always the same. As the editor, you need to become very familiar with the footage, and you need to be able to fine shots and bites quickly when it's time to edit. So there's a lots of ways to do this, but the goal is really always the same.

There's different ways to do this, because there's different types of editors, and because there's different types of projects. Even though you may like one method, a different method might be better for a different project. I find that longer projects require me to do more off-line work outside the interface more notes, more transcribing. Where shorter projects, ...

Choosing an interview logging method
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Choosing an interview logging method provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jason Osder as part of the Documentary Editing with Premiere Pro

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