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  • 1. Smoke IIIBasic Editing
  • 2. SmokeIIIBehind the Scenes in ‘Fix it in Post’
  • 3. Let’s Get Started Load your 420lesson project Switch to theTimeline view ifnecessary Change the view toSource - Sequence
  • 4. 3 Edit Buttons Yellow button Insert Edit Inserts the clip at the playhead position Ripples the timeline to theright to make room for thenew clip inserted into thetimeline Shortcut F9 Laptop fn & F9
  • 5. A Little Catch-up ifNecessary If your timeline isempty select theElysium or Pastelmusic clip and clickthe Insert button toadd it to the timeline
  • 6. A Little Catch-up ifNecessary Move the play headto the start of themusic clip. Select the fur subclipand insert that clip tothe timeline
  • 7. How About Another? Make sure the playhead is at the end ofthe fur clip in thetimeline Select the Fishing clipand set new In and Outpoints to this clip Press F9 or click theyellow button to insertthis clip to the timeline
  • 8. Viewing the Timeline Horizontal Scroll Bar Dragging the bar up anddown changes the zoomlevel of your timeline Dragging the bar left andright allows you to seeother parts of your timeline Yellow line within the scrollbar tells you where yourplay head is in relation towhat you currently see
  • 9. Have a Look Around Click on the scroll barand drag up to zoominto your timeline. Click and drag left andright to look atdifferent parts of yourtimeline Note where the yellowline is in relation toyour current view
  • 10. Have a Look Around Press Shift Z to snapyour full to fit yourentire timeline intothe current view Need to seeeverything quickly? Press Shift Z
  • 11. 3 Edit Buttons Red button Overwrite edit This will overwrite anycontent currently on thetimeline at the point of theedit (where the play headis located) Shortcut F10 Laptop fn & F10
  • 12. Perform an OverwriteEdit In the timeline, movethe play head a secondor so before its currentOut point. Select the Going clipand set an In and Outpoint Click on the red editbutton or press F10 toperform an overwriteedit
  • 13. Once Again In the timeline, leave theplay head at the Outpoint of the Going clip. Select the Wings clipand set an In point Set the out point 8seconds after the Inpoint Click on the red editbutton or press F10 toperform an overwriteedit
  • 14. Fix a Long Edit In the timeline, playthe sequence andstop the play headabout 3 secondsafter Wings starts toplay We will cover the restof this clip with a newone
  • 15. Fix a Long Edit Select the Test Skillsclip and set an Inpoint at 12:45:29:00before the diverlooks at the camera. Set an Out point at12:45:33:15 after thejellyfish passes him
  • 16. Fix a Long Edit Press the red editbutton or press F10to perform anoverwrite edit overthe Wings clip. Scrub back in yoursequence and playyour newarrangement.
  • 17. 3 Edit Buttons Blue button Replace edit (default) Selected clip in thesequence is replaced withthe selected clip in themedia Library Media Library clip mustbe at least as long as theclip in the sequence
  • 18. Replace a Clip In the timeline selectthe test skills clip In the media libraryselect the began clip Click the replace editbutton Note the clip is nowbegan with the sameduration
  • 19. More Than Meets the Eye The blue button hasseveral other types ofedits available Click on the whitetriangle to see the otheredit functions
  • 20. More Than Meets the Eye Aligned Edit Like the overwriteedit, only backwards Uses the play head asthe Edit Out point Overwrites any clipsprior to the play headposition to the durationset by the clip you edited
  • 21. Try the Align Edit Position the play headsomewhere within thebegan clip. Select the fishing clip Select the Align Edit Notice how it overwritesclips before the playhead Undo the action(Command Z)
  • 22. More Than Meets the Eye Append Edit Places the selected clipat the every end of thesequence Doesn’t matterwhether the last clip isvideo or audio Doesn’t matter wherethe play head is
  • 23. Try the Append Edit Position the play headsomewhere within thebegan clip. Select the fishing clip Select the Append Edit Notice that it places theclip after the very lastclip in the timeline(audio) Undo the action(Command Z)
  • 24. More Than Meets the Eye Prepend Edit Places the selected clipat the every start of thesequence Doesn’t matterwhether the first clip isvideo or audio Doesn’t matter wherethe play head is
  • 25. Try the Prepend Edit Position the play headsomewhere within thebegan clip. Select the fishing clip Select the PrependEdit Notice that it places theclip at the very start ofthe timeline Undo the action(Command Z)
  • 26. More Than Meets the Eye Ripple Replace Replaces the selectedclip in the sequence witha clip from the MediaLibrary Sequence adjusts to thereplacing clip’s duration If shorter, the timelineclips ripple left If longer, the timelineclips ripple right
  • 27. Try the Ripple ReplaceEdit Select the wings clip Select the fishing clipin the Media Library Select Ripple Replace Notice that fishing isnow in the wings spot inthe sequence and theclips to the right rippledleft to close the gap Undo the action(Command Z)
  • 28. More Than Meets the Eye Replace Media Replaces the selected clipin the sequence with a clipfrom the Media Library Duration of the replacedclip does not change Replacing clip needs tobe at least as long as theclip it will replace Will ignore out pointsand use all media ifnecessary
  • 29. Try the Replace MediaEdit Select the wings clipagain Select the fishing clipin the Media Library Select Media Replace Notice that fishing isnow in the wings spot inthe sequence, but theduration of the clip didnot change Undo the action(Command Z)
  • 30. More Than Meets the Eye Fit to fill Replaces the selectedclip in the sequence witha clip from the MediaLibrary Speed of the replacingclip will adjust to fill thespace of the original clipin the sequence Shorter = slows down Longer = speeds up
  • 31. Try the Fit to Fill Edit In the viewer, pressShift I to move the playhead to the In point Press Shift  3 timesto move the playheadforward 1 second (10 frames X3) Set an Out point so thetotal duration of thisclip is 1 second
  • 32. Try the Fit to Fill Edit In the timeline selectthe began clip This clip is nearly 4seconds long Select the Fit to Filledit Play the sequence andnotice how the fishingclip is now a slomo Press Command Z toundo
  • 33. Finish Off the Sequence Click in the emptyspace to the right ofthe last clip abovethe audio Creates a gap clip @2½ seconds long fornow Select the sunsetquest clip in theMedia Library
  • 34. Finish Off the Sequence Press Shift I to movethe play head to thebeginning of the clip Press I to set an Inpoint Click on the Durationwindow and type 5 00 and press return toset a duration of 5seconds
  • 35. Finish Off the Sequence Press Shift I to movethe play head to thebeginning of the clip Press I to set an Inpoint Click on the Durationwindow and type 5 00 and press return toset a duration of 5seconds
  • 36. Storyboard Editing Arrange yourthumbnailed clips inthe order you needthem Thumbnail with thered outline is thesequence
  • 37. Prepping for StoryboardEditing Change the viewfrom Source-Sequence toThumbnails
  • 38. Storyboard Editing Thumbnail view isbased on what isselected in the MediaLibrary Where the Eye is at iswhat you see on theright
  • 39. Prepping for StoryboardEditing In the Media Librarymake sure the eye isnext to your Videofolder Click on otherfolders to change thethumbnail view toother folders, butreturn the view to theVideo folder
  • 40. Organize your Clips Click on theThumbnails Taskmenu Choose Arrange >Clean Up All Clips arranged fiveacross, but not all theclips can be seen To see all the clipswithin a folder chooseFit All
  • 41. Getting Around inThumbnail View All the same playercontrols and markersstill work in Thumbnailview Put your cursor on theclip you are interested inmarking & use keyboardshortcuts to navigateand mark the clip
  • 42. Getting Around inThumbnail View All the markers looksthe same, only muchsmaller In point Play head Marker Out point
  • 43. Navigate a Thumb Simply place yourcursor on the journeyclip Press L to play the clip The clip becomesselected and beginsplaying from its currentplay head position Try J, K, L, Space bar,,  Put the cursor in thelower third and dragback and forth
  • 44. Mark a Thumb Put the cursor in thelower third of thethumbnail and scrubto 2:45:00 and markan In point Scrub to 2:48:00 andmark an Out point
  • 45. Create a New Sequence Right click theSequence folder inthe Media Libraryand select New >Sequence Name the newsequenceStoryboard, thenselect Create in thebottom right
  • 46. Do a Storyboard Edit Holding the Command key, click onJourney, then 3 or 4 other clips in the mediabrowser that have In and Out points The order you select them will be the order of clips inthe timeline
  • 47. Do a Storyboard Edit While the clips are selected, drag the clips tothe timeline over the video track in thetimeline
  • 48. Do a Storyboard Edit In the bottom right corner, click on TimelineLayout Combo box It should be set to home (Shift Z) and will zoom out toshow you the complete sequence of all your clips
  • 49. Do a Storyboard Edit Play yourstoryboardsequence Your viewer inthumbnail view isthe clip with thered outline in themedia browser
  • 50. Homework Assignment: Take a snapshotof your timeline Should have videoclips over the entiremusic track Save the image tothe Smoke 3Dropbox
  • 51. Smoke IIIBasic Editing