Editing
NOTICE:
27TH FEB THURSDAY AFTERNOON - TEESSIDE UNI
REPRESENTATION SESSION
Camerwork Quiz
 Get into three groups
 Share your questions
 Create a quiz for each team, and create an answer
sheet fo...
Key Questions
 What is editing?
 What are the catergories of techniques that can
be used?
 How does editing reflect/imp...
Today's menu
 Camerawork quiz
What is editing?
 Editing refers to how shots are put together in
sequence to create a media text.
 Editing creates mean...
 Editing guides the spectator to
construct the story time out of
the plot
 time by emphasising order,
duration and frequ...
Continuity and non continuity
 Two types of editing
 Continuity retains a sense of realistic chronology
and genrates the...
Editing categories
 When analysing editing you must break it
down into four areas to help the quality of
the analysis.
 ...
The Cut Transition
 A cut transition is when one clip ends and the next one begins
with no overlap or effect.
 Most ofte...
Cut Transitions
 Editing transitions (cuts) are the different
ways shots are linked together in the
editing process. It d...
Continuity Editing
 Cutting shots are used to tell a story, and smooth
flow from one shot to another. Charaters, lighting...
 Estabilishing shot
 Shot, reverse, shot& over the shoulder shot
 eyeline match
 match on action
 long shot
 180 deg...
Cut
 Jump Cut
 A cut between two shots of the same
object, character or scene where the
angle of the camera is less than...
Jump Cut Example
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zel0Gq0MmZ4&
feature=related
Shot Reverse Shot
http://www.youtube.com/wa...
Parallel Editing
 Editing that alternates shots of two or more
lines of action occurring in different places,
usually sim...
Non continuity Editing
 Montage is the second type of editing
 A montage contains many different images, (edited
togethe...
Dissolve Transitions
 Generally used to show the passage of time or cover an
awkward shot change.
 Two shots over lap fo...
Fade & Dissolve
 Dissolve or mix
 This is when two shots are on screen at the same
time, visible through each other. The...
Wipe
 Effect transitions include pushes, page peels, spirals, barn doors and
any and all other imaginable effects.
 Cuts...
Speed
 Fast paced editing - when shots are cut short
 This creates...
 Slow paced editing - shots last longer between c...
Up to you
 You must spend time research and reading your
revision guide and revise the terminology.
 It is impossible fo...
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  1. 1. Editing NOTICE: 27TH FEB THURSDAY AFTERNOON - TEESSIDE UNI REPRESENTATION SESSION
  2. 2. Camerwork Quiz  Get into three groups  Share your questions  Create a quiz for each team, and create an answer sheet for yourself when marking.
  3. 3. Key Questions  What is editing?  What are the catergories of techniques that can be used?  How does editing reflect/impact the narrative?
  4. 4. Today's menu  Camerawork quiz
  5. 5. What is editing?  Editing refers to how shots are put together in sequence to create a media text.  Editing creates meaning
  6. 6.  Editing guides the spectator to construct the story time out of the plot  time by emphasising order, duration and frequency.
  7. 7. Continuity and non continuity  Two types of editing  Continuity retains a sense of realistic chronology and genrates the feeling that time is passing.  Continuity takes drama from one shot or scene to the next  This type of narrative makes the drama narrartive progress in a realistic way.  Although a drama may use flashforwards or flashbacks within their structure, this is still described as continutiy editing because the overall sense of FORWARD is present.
  8. 8. Editing categories  When analysing editing you must break it down into four areas to help the quality of the analysis.  Cuts:one shot moves to the next without the audience being conscious a cut has been made.  Dissolves: can see both shots on the screen  Fades: black or white  Wipes: image pushed off the screen, star wipe
  9. 9. The Cut Transition  A cut transition is when one clip ends and the next one begins with no overlap or effect.  Most often used.  Simplest type of transition for seamless unnoticed edits.  Fast paced. What type of production would use cut transitions? Holby City
  10. 10. Cut Transitions  Editing transitions (cuts) are the different ways shots are linked together in the editing process. It describes how one shot moves into the next.  Different transitions can create slightly different meanings for audiences.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQIW ywngiLI
  11. 11. Continuity Editing  Cutting shots are used to tell a story, and smooth flow from one shot to another. Charaters, lighting and action remain constant and central to the frame.
  12. 12.  Estabilishing shot  Shot, reverse, shot& over the shoulder shot  eyeline match  match on action  long shot  180 degree rule  Graphic match  Parallel editing  Cutaway
  13. 13. Cut  Jump Cut  A cut between two shots of the same object, character or scene where the angle of the camera is less than 45 degrees
  14. 14. Jump Cut Example  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zel0Gq0MmZ4& feature=related Shot Reverse Shot http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=fvwp&NR=1 &v=QLkUHZ1qips
  15. 15. Parallel Editing  Editing that alternates shots of two or more lines of action occurring in different places, usually simultaneously. You would see this when you are showing parallel events  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NGXD Abhzik&list=PLp68mO58VGDMpPhYwFa- n5VNs0TfsmKV5&safe=active
  16. 16. Non continuity Editing  Montage is the second type of editing  A montage contains many different images, (edited together quickly).  Do not provide a sense of narrative, but the sequence is still meaning full  There does not always have to be a obvious connection, it could represent the thoughts of a character's state of mind  Montage sequences are used to CONNOTE chaos, tension or disturbance.
  17. 17. Dissolve Transitions  Generally used to show the passage of time or cover an awkward shot change.  Two shots over lap for a period of time and the first shot dissolves into the second shot.  Dissolves are sometimes called fades and can be used to create a slower pace in a production. What type of productions would use dissolve transitions? Dissolve Example Pride & Prejudice
  18. 18. Fade & Dissolve  Dissolve or mix  This is when two shots are on screen at the same time, visible through each other. The first shot is faded out while the second is faded in.  Fade to black  Gradual disappearance of image into black screen  Fade in (of pictures)  Gradual appearance of the image.
  19. 19. Wipe  Effect transitions include pushes, page peels, spirals, barn doors and any and all other imaginable effects.  Cuts and dissolves should be used almost exclusively as effect transitions can have the unwanted effect of drawing attention to the transition rather than the shot.  Haphazardly using effect transitions is not recommended as they distract and can take away from the meaning of the shots and visual flow.  If you choose to use an effect transition it should enhance or contribute in a definable way to the storyline or visual meaning of the production. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIXlocGsoSQ&NR=1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPfYvdUqo1o&NR= 1
  20. 20. Speed  Fast paced editing - when shots are cut short  This creates...  Slow paced editing - shots last longer between cuts  Creating a ....
  21. 21. Up to you  You must spend time research and reading your revision guide and revise the terminology.  It is impossible for me to cover every single aspect and you will need to do some leg work.
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