As a continuation to the project organization lessons, Zack demonstrates how to create an "Elements" project to keep specific types of media separate from your main project, and why this is important. This includes properly organizing your music, sound effects libraries, stock footage, visual effects elements, and more.
- [Instructor] If you work 100% as a solo editor,…this lesson may not be terribly applicable to you,…but if at any point in time you are…collaborating with others, whether it's one assistant…across the hall, or it's an entire team…remote around the world, you should make it a habit…of creating what I call an elements project.…An elements project is basically a reservoir…for you to collect all of the various…standard types of media…that can be used across teams…and other projects or even episodes.…It's a very simple process to create one.…
The trick is making sure that everybody on your team…adheres to the same standards.…Now in this lesson, I'm going to be demonstrating…how this process works with Avid…and then at the end of the lesson,…I'll briefly mention the one extra step…that you're going to need if you're working with Premier.…Right now we're in our Master Template project,…and you can see that I already have folders created…for things like music, sound effects, graphics,…stock footage and so on, however,…
- File management
- Time blocking
- Cleaning up your email inbox
- Organizing and prioritizing notifications
- Selecting apps to help you with task and time management
- Filtering email messages and paperwork
Skill Level Appropriate for all
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