Six layers of film editing to help you get started

Created 9 months ago and Updated 22 days ago
Objectives:

There are six layers in film editing: A-roll, B-roll, narration or dialogue, music, sound effects, and color correction. Each of these layers is described at a basic level in this learning path. At each step, you get familiar with one layer and practice it on your own film.

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Video editing workflow: How to do it properly
Video editing workflow: How to do it properlyChris Ace Gatesvideomaker.com10 minutes

What you'll learn in this step:

This content is about the video editing workflow, which consists of steps such as organizing and labeling clips, assembling a rough cut, timing out shots in the fine cut, preparing for finishing, audio post-production, visual effects, color correction and grading, titling and graphics, and delivery. It also includes information about Sony's Ci Media Cloud, which unlocks the future of media production with cloud-native digital media workflows.

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8 Steps to Edit a Video in Premiere Pro (Start to Finish)
8 Steps to Edit a Video in Premiere Pro (Start to Finish)Parker Walbeckyoutube.com21 minutes
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How I Organize Files for Video Editing in Premiere Pro
How I Organize Files for Video Editing in Premiere ProPhil Ebineryoutube.com9 minutes
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How To Make Rough Cuts SUPER FAST - Video Editing Tutorial
How To Make Rough Cuts SUPER FAST - Video Editing TutorialKevin - Basic Filmmakeryoutube.com8 minutes
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How Does an Editor Think and Feel?
How Does an Editor Think and Feel?Every Frame a Paintingyoutube.com9 minutes
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