MODULE 10: Post Production Workflow & Documentary
Text: watch the following film until 9:35.
Comprehend and use best practices in video production
1. Apply your understanding of B-Roll by using it to edit an interview
2. Edit a series of interview clips together so that they illustrate a clear idea
3. Utilize the following shortcuts, and best practices in Adobe Premiere
- JKL Play backwards stop play forwards--clicking j or l multiple times fast-forwards or rewinds. Holding down k and tapping either j or l moves one frame at a time
- The I and O keys create in and out points respectively
- , creates an insert edit
- . creates an overwrite edit
- Shift+ a number selects a window. EX: shift+1 selects the project window and shift+2 selects the source window.
- on the timeline the "home" key takes the playhead to the beginning of the sequence and the "end" key takes you to the end of the sequence
- up and down arrows move you from clip to clip
- if you select the beginning or end of a clip on the Timeline you can hold down the "option+arrow" right or left to trim the clip
- You can click on a clip and "command+arrow" to move a clip one frame at a time "shift+command+arrow" moves a clip one second at a time
4. Learn the terms Source Patching vs Track Targeting by reading the following link
Assignment: Using the clips in the lab “work” folder, edit the interview footage into a 1:00-1:30 second segment that communicates a clear idea. Use the b-roll included in the folder to illustrate that idea.
Video tutorial: How to access the “Work” folder in the lab and bring the selected clips into your