Multimedia Storytelling JOUR 203

Video Week 2: Final Cut basics Intro to sequences

Discussion
Any challenges?

Comments on Man-on-the-Street Shoots

Comments on Man-on-the-Street Shoots

Framing Shots
  We want to see 2 eyes.

Framing Shots
  We want to see 2 eyes.

Framing: ‘Look Space’

Today’s Goal
Be able to do simple video edits. Understand video “sequences.”

Final Cut Pro Basics

Homework
  Video Assignment #2 (50 points): Sequence

shoot. Students will shoot a sequence using

wide, medium, and tight shots (bring at least 4 different shots). Shoot no more than 3 minutes of tape. Bring to next class (no need to post raw footage to blog).

Practice
In‐class assignment: Edit Man-on-the-street interviews
Take the three videos you posted to the blog for homework and edit them together into one short video. Title the blog post: Your Name Edited Video

Sequences

Five-Shot Method
  Extreme close‐up of detail of action

Five-Shot Method
  Extreme close‐up of detail of action   Close‐up on face of person doing action

Five-Shot Method
  Extreme close‐up of detail of action   Close‐up on face of person doing action   Medium shot, face and action together

Five-Shot Method
  Extreme close‐up of detail of action   Close‐up on face of person doing action   Medium shot, face and action together   Over‐shoulder‐shot of action (from point of view

of person doing the action)

Five-Shot Method
  Extreme close‐up of detail of action   Close‐up on face of person doing action   Medium shot, face and action together   Over‐shoulder‐shot of action (from point of view

of person doing the action)
  Bonus angle (artsy shot – low angle, high angle,

etc)

Kitchen Example

Sequence Example

Editing: Wrong Way

Multimedia Example

Homework
  Video Assignment #2 (50 points): Sequence shoot. Students will shoot a sequence using wide, medium, and tight shots (bring at least 4 different shots). Shoot no more than 3 minutes of tape. Bring to next class (no need to post raw footage to blog).

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