Presenting the rough cut and receiving feedback


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Presenting the rough cut and receiving feedback

As much as rough cutting is an activity, something you do, it's also a milestone in the process, an opportunity to get feedback and/or approval. Now this can be a little controversial, because not all clients are really prepared to view a rough cut. If they don't understand what a rough cut is or why it's rough, it can become sort of a risk/reward. That's the way I would like to look at it. Certainly I work with some editors that are very reluctant to share something rough, but I would say that really depends on the circumstances.

The potential advantage is to get constructive feedback and also in a business sense to get approval of the rough cut, knowing that you're moving forward with a portion approved. The risk is that you'll have a negative reaction from your client due to the overall roughness. If your client doesn't understand what to look for in a rough cut, you may spend a lot of time explaining, no, the audio is not really going to be like that or n...

Presenting the rough cut and receiving feedback
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Presenting the rough cut and receiving feedback 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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