Saturday, 15 December 2012

Documentary: Fine Cut

After creating a rough and cut creating some music for our piece, we needed to bring it altogether into a fine cut. This meant ensuring that the shots of the interview where in sync (to the frame) with the audio bites, fine cutting the shots to cut out any unnecessary features as well as matching the music we made to the shots, to create a rhythm within the piece.

We enjoyed this process, we spent time ensuring the shots worked together, the sound worked well as well as using cross fades when necessary on the sound to allow the change in sound bites to flow more easily. The fine cut allowed me to use some of the tools on Final Cut Pro more efficiently, for example, the trim tool was helpful in ensuring we had the right frames for what we wanted for our piece.

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