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Film Editing

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GKS 1153 Editing
WA 58 Cinematography Programme, FACA

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Film Editing

  1. 1. GKS 1153 Editing Mohd Jefri Samaroon Faculty of Applied and Creative Arts Universiti Malaysia Sarawak This OpenCourseWare@UNIMAS and its related course materials are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
  2. 2. By the end of this unit, student will be able ; •To understand the historyof editing in filmmaking •To differentiate between linearand non linear editing Learning GoalsLearning Goals
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION Basic Editing • Post production process of filmmaking • Combine shot, connecting sequence • Creating a finishing in motion picture • An art of story telling Film EditingFilm Editing Video EditingVideo Editing An EditorAn Editor
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION Basic Editing • Post production process of filmmaking • Combine shot, connecting sequence • Creating a finishing in motion picture • An art of story telling Film EditingFilm Editing Video EditingVideo Editing An EditorAn Editor
  5. 5. Edwin S. Porter – the first American editor Life of an American Fireman 1903 The Great Train of Robbery – dynamic, action editing Linear editing Physically cutting an pasting the pieces of film (work print) together Tape- tape editing Non Linear - Adobe Premiere Avid Final Cut Pro HistoryHistory
  6. 6. •In the past, traditional film editing was done in a linear fashion. •The film was literally cut into long strips divided by scene and take, and then glued or taped back together to create a film in logical sequence. LINEARLINEAR
  7. 7. • Linear Video Editing (Tape to Tape) • Process of selecting, arranging and modifying images and sound in a predetermined, ordered sequence. • Linear editing is a legacy technique, left over from the early days of video production. Cont.Cont.
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  9. 9. • Digital/Computer • Video footage is recorded (captured) onto a computer hard drive and then edited using specialized software. • A very flexible method which allows you to make changes to any part of the video at any time. NON LINEARNON LINEAR
  10. 10. FCPFCP
  11. 11. Thank YouThank You
  12. 12. References Film Art: an introduction, 7th edition, K Bordwell and D Thompson, Mcgraw-Hill, New York, 2004

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