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Editing

  1. 1.  To edit our interviews we used Adobe PremierePro CS6.  From this we were able to create a new project.
  2. 2.  After selecting ’New Project’ we then could name our video and select the location of where it would be saved.
  3. 3. The video footage was imported from the A drive into Adobe PremierePro. Video files could then be transferred to the timeline.
  4. 4. To create a new title I pressed ‘Ctrl T’, then I was able to name it an appropriate title.
  5. 5. I then created the new title, ‘The Mobile Network’. From the selection of fonts we chose an appropriate, clear font and its colour that would be easily visible against the dark background.
  6. 6. The new title was then dragged from the project box onto the timeline in order for it to appear at the beginning of the video.
  7. 7. Then we started editing the video footage we had filmed. To clip out certain parts of the interview that was needed we used the ‘Mark in’ and the ‘Mark out’ tools. This was then placed in the timeline along with its audio.
  8. 8. To insert a cutaway we used the ‘mark in’ and ‘mark out’ tool to select the part that we needed. After that we inserted the video without including the audio. To insert a cutaway we used the ‘mark in’ and ‘mark out’ tool to select the part that we needed. After that we inserted the video without including the audio. To insert a cutaway we used the ‘mark in’ and ‘mark out’ tool to select the part that we needed. After that we inserted the video without including the audio. To insert a cutaway we used the ‘mark in’ and ‘mark out’ tool to select the part that we needed. After that we inserted the video without including the audio. To insert a cutaway we used the ‘mark in’ and ‘mark out’ tool to select the part that we needed. After that we inserted the video without including the audio.
  9. 9. We carried on with the same methods to edit and insert the interview footage and cutaways.
  10. 10. To add a sound bed to the video we chose our music and inserted it into the project. From the here we were able to cut the length of the music in order to make sure it lasted the same length of the interviews. To add a sound bed to the video we chose our music and inserted it into the project. From the here we were able to cut the length of the music in order to make sure it lasted the same length of the interviews. To add a sound bed to the video we chose our music and inserted it into the project. From the here we were able to cut the length of the music in order to make sure it lasted the same length of the interviews.
  11. 11. As the sound needed to be louder in some parts than others we used a tool that allowed us to alter parts of the song in order for the music to be decreased when needed. As the sound needed to be louder in some parts than others we used a tool that allowed us to alter parts of the song in order for the music to be decreased when needed. As the sound needed to be louder in some parts than others we used a tool that allowed us to alter parts of the song in order for the music to be decreased when needed.
  12. 12. We noticed that the sound was only playing through the right side of the audio output, the fix this we added a tool called ‘fill left’ to allow sound to be played from both sides.
  13. 13. To make the overall effect of the titles to introduce the interviewee, we added the transition ‘dissolve’ to make the transition more smoother.
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