Release date:2018, October

Duration:04 h 48 m

Author:Chad Perkins

Skill level:Beginner


Exercise files:Yes

Learn what it actually takes to create a short film—from the brainstorming stage, all the way until opening night. Each installment of the 13-part Creating a Short Film series focuses on different aspects of the production workflow. Here, filmmaker Chad Perkins focuses on editing, providing real-world context by showing how the concepts highlighted in the course were applied in the making of The Assurance, the short film featured throughout the series. Chad starts with the basics of the editing workflow. He then goes over fundamental techniques, including how to select the right take, create a montage, and determine when to cut. Plus, learn how to reframe shots, create a rough cut, make rolling end credits, export shots, render for film festivals and theatrical screenings, and much more.

Topics include:

Telling stories with edits

Syncing audio and video

Matching eyelines

Knowing when not to cut

Controlling the pacing

Controlling emotion with shot size

Working with audio

Creating a rough cut

Creating end credits

Rendering and output
Table of Contents


About this training series 3m 4s

The Assurance 7m 44s

Introduction to this course 3m 45s

1. Understanding Film Editing

Telling stories with edits 3m 44s

The history of film editing 5m 25s

The editing workflow 2m 29s

2. Preparing to Edit

Offloading footage 5m 59s

Organizing footage 15m 1s

Syncing audio and video 8m 10s

3. In the Beginning

Understanding the script 3m 15s

Finding an editing workflow 5m 43s

Understanding timecode 5m 34s

Working with high-frame-rate media 3m 42s

4. Editing Basics

Selecting the right take 4m 44s

Respecting screen direction 2m 25s

Matching eye lines 2m

Understanding the 180-degree line 1m 55s

Crossing the 180-degree line 2m 37s

Creating a montage 2 m 43s

Creating an assembly edit 2m 57s

5. The Art of Editing

Knowing when to cut 3m 30s

Knowing when not to cut 5m 11s

Cutting vs. using transitions 4m 51s

Matching action 3m 35s

Controlling the pacing 3m 1s

Using establishing shots 2m 31s

Including reaction shots 3m 29s

Controlling emotion with shot size 2m 34s

6. Working with Audio

Organizing audio tracks 8m 18s

Working with multiple sync streams 7m 19s

Editing dialog 8m 28s

Utilizing room tone 9m 51s

Editing voiceovers 7m 43s

Cutting on plosives 7m 27s

Editing at the sample level 7m 20s

Cutting to a temp score 3m 49s

7. Refining the Edit

Using J and L cuts 10m 36s

Following the focal point 3m 42s

Reframing shots 7m 15s

Creating a rough cut 2m 9s

Declaring picture lock 2m 11s

8. Creating End Credits

Giving credit on your film 2m 36s

Making rolling end credits 12m 27s

Using higher frame rates for end credits 2m 53s

9. Editing The Assurance

Intro to our rough cut 1m 40s

The Assurance rough cut 13m 16s

Evaluating our rough cut 3m 31s

Re-editing The Assurance 5m 16s

Removing significant things 3m 33s

10. Exporting to Other

Processes Preparing to export 3m 29s

Burning in timecode 3m 39s

Exporting the edit to a colorist 2m 32s

Exporting the edit to a sound designer 1m 36s

Exporting the edit to a composer 1m 46s

Exporting shots for visual effects 3m 8s

11. Rendering and Output

Doing intermediate renders 3m 41s

Rendering for film festivals 1m 45s

Rendering for theatrical screenings 1m 46s

Rendering to DVD and Blu-ray 2m 42s

Rendering for the web 2m 25s

Rendering a master to archive 56s


Becoming a better editor 3m 14s

Previewing the next course 1m 57s

Final thoughts 41s

01. Introduction 01.About this training series 02.The Assurance 03.Introduction to this course

02.1. Understanding Film Editing 04.Telling stories with edits 05.The history of film editing 06.The editing workflow

03.2. Preparing to Edit 07.Offloading footage 08.Organizing footage 09.Syncing audio and video

04.3. In the Beginning 10.Understanding the script 11.Finding an editing workflow 12.Understanding timecode 13.Working with high-frame-rate media

05.4. Editing Basics 14.Selecting the right take 15.Respecting screen direction 16.Matching eye lines 17.Understanding the 180-degree line 18.Crossing the 180-degree line 19.Creating a montage 20.Creating an assembly edit

06.5. The Art of Editing 21.Knowing when to cut 22.Knowing when not to cut 23.Cutting vs. using transitions 24.Matching action 25.Controlling the 25.Controlling the pacing 26.Using establishing shots 27.Including reaction shots 28.Controlling emotion with shot size

07.6. Working with Audio 29.Organizing audio tracks 30.Working with multiple sync streams 31.Editing dialog 32.Utilizing room tone 33.Editing voiceovers 34.Cutting on plosives 35.Editing at the sample level 36.Cutting to a temp score

08.7. Refining the Edit 37.Using J and L cuts 38.Following the focal point 39.Reframing shots 40.Creating a rough cut 41.Declaring picture lock

09.8. Creating End Credits 42.Giving credit on your film 43.Making rolling end credits 44.Using higher frame rates for end credits

10.9. Editing The Assurance 45.Intro to our rough cut 46.The Assurance rough cut 47.Evaluating our rough cut 48.Re-editing The Assurance 49.Removing significant things

11.10. Exporting to Other Processes 50.Preparing to export 51.Burning in timecode 52.Exporting the edit to a colorist 53.Exporting the edit to a sound designer 54.Exporting the edit to a composer 55.Exporting shots for visual effects

12.11. Rendering and Output 56.Doing intermediate renders 57.Rendering for film festivals 58.Rendering for theatrical screenings 59.Rendering to DVD and Blu-ray 60.Rendering for the web 61.Rendering a master to archive

13. Conclusion 62.Becoming a better editor 63.Previewing the next course 64.Final thoughts

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