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National Diploma In Media Production

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  • 1. National Diploma In Media Production Unit 15: Film & Video Editing Techniques
  • 2. Learning outcomes
    • LO1: Understand the development and principles of editing
    • LO2: Be able to use preparation techniques for editing
    • LO3: Be able to edit moving image material
  • 3. LO1: understand the development and principles of editing
    • Assignment 1: Plan, film and edit a short drama sequence using seamless ‘continuity editing’.
    • Assignment 2: Plan, film and edit a 30 second advert or music video using a range of ‘experimental’ editing techniques.
    • Two presentations – one on continuity editing, the other on experimental editing techniques.
  • 4. LO2: Be able to use preparation techniques for editing
    • Checking and logging ‘rushes’ (footage)
    • Creating an Edit Decision List (list of shots in correct order, with time-code)
    • Label and storing tapes correctly.
    • EVIDENCE
    • Log sheets
    • EDL
  • 5. LO3: Be able to edit Moving Image Material
    • Capturing shots into Premiere Pro
    • Putting shorts in sequence order
    • Trimming shots down to length
    • Adding transitions (fades, dissolves etc)
    • Adding graphics, titles
    • Adding sound effects and music
  • 6. Juxtaposition
    • (verb. To put things which are not similar next to each other)
    • Task: You, the editor, have been instructed by the director to create a sequence from these shots. You must order the images in the best way to
    • - Establish the scene
    • - Build suspense
    • - End with a shock
  • 7.