Join Chad Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Final thoughts, part of Creating a Short Film: 08 Editing.
- [Chad] All right, everybody.…That wraps up this course on editing.…I hope you learned a few things.…Remember that editing is infinitely creative.…It's not just about putting the scenes in order.…It's about constructing and shaping a story.…You have so much power to control it…with reordering and pacing and which shots you choose…and which scenes you put in or leave out.…Don't be afraid to leave out anything that isn't necessary.…Be creative and always remember the big picture.…
I look forward to seeing you in the Visual Effects courses.…I am Chad Perkins.…Thanks so much for watching, folks.…Take care.…
- Telling stories with edits
- Syncing audio and video
- Matching eyelines
- Knowing when not to cut
- Controlling the pacing
- Controlling emotion with shot size
- Working with audio
- Creating a rough cut
- Creating end credits
- Rendering and output
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Creating a Short Film: 01 Producingwith Chad Perkins1h 6m Appropriate for all
Creating a Short Film: 07 Cinematographywith Chad Perkins4h 44m Appropriate for all
Creating a Short Film: 03 Pre-Productionwith Chad Perkins2h 13m Appropriate for all
Creating a Short Film: 05 Directingwith Chad Perkins2h 27m Appropriate for all
1. Understanding Film Editing
2. Preparing to Edit
3. In the Beginning
4. Editing Basics
5. The Art of Editing
6. Working with Audio
7. Refining the Edit
8. Creating End Credits
9. Editing The Assurance
10. Exporting to Other Processes
11. Rendering and Output
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