Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Using markers to communicate with yourself, part of EPK Editing Workflows 02: Creative Editing and Fine-Tuning.
…One of the ways that I help myself to stay organized, is by…thinking of my future self as a different person that I need to communicate with.…Now, that might sound a little bit silly, but if you think it through, it's a pretty…handy way of making sure that you put all the information in, so that when you're…in that future position and you can't necessarily remember what you were doing,…you've got everything you need to be able to work out what's going on.…So when I leave notes for myself, I tend not to leave cryptic ones which say…things like, make this better or a bit blue.…
You need to make sure that you're spelling it out as if it was a message for…another person.…Now, I am a great believer in using markers.…And the marker's functionality in Premier Pro is really good.…It's also partly improved by the way that Premier Pro…uses selection to define where markers are going to be added on the timeline.…I'll give you a quick example.…So here on the timeline, I'm going to click away.…I'm going to deselect.…
In the previous installment of EPK Editing Workflows, Maxim Jago showed you how to ingest media and build a basic assembly edit from your favorite shots. Here you'll take that rough cut and fine-tune it using a number of industry-standard trimming techniques that work in just about every nonlinear editing system. You'll learn how to take your edited sequence from an assembly to a precise cut, with temporary effects and transitions that will help you nail down the final visual look of your video.
- Establishing the starting point
- Stripping out content from the assembly cut
- Editing quickly with keyboard shortcuts
- Advanced trimming techniques
- Trimming with the JKL technique
- Adding placeholder transitions and effects
- Achieving picture lock