Performing an editorial evaluation


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Performing an editorial evaluation

There is no exact definition of fine cutting or how it differs from rough cutting, but it is the stage in between the rough cut and the picture lock for finishing. So the emphasis is on editorial tweaking and timing. Presumably, a good rough cut has most of your ingredients down on the Timeline, and fine cutting is about watching closely and making improvements across the board. In particular, I'm looking for issues of timing and editorial, that is content.

And I'm not focusing on certain finishing issues such as color correction, final compositing, and audio mix. The first step in fine cutting is really to take a close watch of where your cut is. But remember, you're trying to tune in to editorial issues and timing issues and tune out distractions like mix issues and color issues. I'm going to go ahead and watch the entire Timeline, and I'm going to prepare my interface to make it easy on myself.

I'm going to collapse my tracks, set my Timeline so I can see as ...

Performing an editorial evaluation
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Performing an editorial evaluation 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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Video
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