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Production log
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Production log- editing of film and sound

Production log- editing of film and sound

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  • 1. Production Log Editing
  • 2. March 5When creating my media trailer, earlier I ha analysed various trailers, I had a good concept on how the trailer should have looked , typical conventions and how I could challenge these concepts. I printed out my story board to use as a guide line to put the story my story board together.March 7After reviewing trailer I used abode premier and bit by bit I put the clips together of how I wanted them to look and how to look, as a fast first draft.
  • 3.  March 8The computer we were using crashed numerous amounts of time and as a result we were moved three times, this frustrated me because this was making us behind time. The fact that the computer were failing us didn’t help in making the trailer, moving computers meant we had to start again, and moving computers twice was an even further set back.
  • 4.  March 10Eventually we stuck switch one computer although it kept crashing, we didn’t mind because it was better than previous computer, we had to put the software on auto save for every three minutes just in case the computer froze and it needed immediate shut down, so we didn’t loose any major workMarch 11After eventually getting the clips back to how it was on the previous computer, we were able to commence work and progress, at this point we notice we needed more filming and left spaces for the clips were we wanted to add changed clips of the trailer
  • 5. premiere Having previous experience with premiere prop from my ancillary task, I was not confident but able to edit and add clips and the basic, with time my skills grew and I became more cable to edit the video and add effects, after downloading matrox, I added effects like blur and the shake to add effects like flash backs and add the typical genre effect to it
  • 6. Issue in Editing Issue in editing, often I felt the burden of editing because my group lacked experience in editing, so I felt like I was forced to complete every main task, while editing I rarely felt I had major support although my group did watch the trailer while editing and give onions on how to edit, I felt burden with the pressure of create the film high quality and by myself Also our ideas often crashed we as group if two people agreed that this didn’t look good, the other person would feel ganged up on, and felt like we were ignoring there onion It was a little difficult to follow the storyboard sequences because often the story board did not include scene witch was added randomly when filming, not sticking to those schedules made it often difficult to communicate as a group because teammate would unusually say just go back to the story board when It wasn’t that easy
  • 7. shot In the end we decided to choose shot which had best audio and clear acting Also clips that represented our media at it’s best, we choose shot that did not give away to much of the trailer, but brought mysteriously, but also defying conventions of a typical movie trailer
  • 8. Production Log Sound
  • 9.  March 15One of my team mate was assigned the role, to create the sound for our media trailer, to add sounds effects and a music tone that will add effect to the music in the background. In the beginning we used a combination of sound FX to find some appropriate sounds e.g. a whistling frost sounds, sloshing sound effect for institutions and guild line, a different swoosh sounds for pictures animated. I helped my teammate to pick appropriate sounds fix because she was finding it difficult
  • 10. March 16After a while I decided that the sound FX which was downloaded wasn’t appropriate enough and didnt have the sound effect we wanted in, so instead I when on to YouTube and found a horrific build up and used YouTube converter to get the music needed
  • 11. After completing the conversion, I click downloading and imported the soundinto abobe premier
  • 12.  March 19To create sound I first places the file from sound FX from where I wanted to receive my file .........By clicking file and import
  • 13.  After choosing the file I wanted, I just dragged it down to audio an a pulled and edited it to how long I wanted the sound for
  • 14. After clicking the curser down, u was abe to view the audio for my video and seethe volume it was at
  • 15. I was able to change the volume higher or lower by moving hate yellow line displayed on audio 1, Also if I wanted to just lower certain areas of the clip, I clicked on the yellow ball and placed it where I wanted louder audio of lower audio and
  • 16.  March 19Used different audio tabs to help over lay the sound effects and bring the jumpy feels, also added sound transitions from matrox to allow some audio to fade over into the next beat to avoid disruption

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