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  1. 1. Lesson 8: Making a Sequence from Selects Lesson 8: Making a Sequence from Selects
  2. 2. What is editing? Lesson 8: Making a Sequence from Selects
  3. 3. What is editing? is organizing, selecting, and structuring shots from raw footage into sequences that give order and narrative to scenes that, when combined, create a movie. Lesson 8: Making a Sequence from Selects
  4. 4. what is a Sequence? Lesson 8: Making a Sequence from Selects
  5. 5. what is a Sequence? is a linear succession of related or non- related shots that develop a given subject to make a part of a film that deals with one event or has a particular style. Lesson 8: Making a Sequence from Selects
  6. 6. Cut. Cut! Cut Lesson 8: Making a Sequence from Selects
  7. 7. In cinema, the word “cut” can mean several things: Cut. •a verb meaning to join shots together Cut! in the editing process •an order to end a take ("cut!") •to make an abrupt change in image and sound, to cut from one shot to another •a completed version of a scene, Cut sequence, or film. Lesson 8: Making a Sequence from Selects
  8. 8. In cinema, the word “cut” can mean several things: Cut. •a verb meaning to join shots together Cut! in the editing process •an order to end a take ("cut!") •to make an abrupt change in image and sound, to cut from one shot to another •a completed version of a scene, Cut sequence, or film. Lesson 8: Making a Sequence from Selects
  9. 9. In cinema, the word “cut” can mean several things: Cut. •a verb meaning to join shots together Cut! in the editing process •an order to end a take ("cut!") •to make an abrupt change in image and sound, to cut from one shot to another •a completed version of a scene, Cut sequence, or film. Lesson 8: Making a Sequence from Selects
  10. 10. In cinema, the word “cut” can mean several things: Cut. •a verb meaning to join shots together Cut! in the editing process •an order to end a take ("cut!") •to make an abrupt change in image and sound, to cut from one shot to another •a completed version of a scene, Cut sequence, or film. Lesson 8: Making a Sequence from Selects
  11. 11. In cinema, the word “cut” can mean several things: Cut. •a verb meaning to join shots together Cut! in the editing process •an order to end a take ("cut!") •to make an abrupt change in image and sound, to cut from one shot to another •a completed version of a scene, Cut sequence, or film. Lesson 8: Making a Sequence from Selects
  12. 12. RoughCut. This is the first draft of your project. It is still unfinished, but contains the main information that you want your final project to have. Watch your rough cut several times. Cut Lesson 8: Making a Sequence from Selects
  13. 13. FinalCut. This is your final version of your sequence. It is what you will export as a video file to be uploaded to the One Day on Earth website. Once you export it, you cannot change it, so make sure it is exactly how you want it. Lesson 8: Making a Sequence from Selects
  14. 14. Journal: As you edit, keep track of what you are doing by  wri7ng notes in your journal.  Include any other  thoughts or experiences you had while crea7ng  the sequence.  When you have your rough cut,  watch it several 7mes and make notes in your  journal on what you see including:  what works  what doesn’t work  changes you want to make  any ques7ons or challenges you are having Lesson 8: Making a Sequence from Selects

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