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Archiving

 Most desktop video software packages enable you to build a clip library from which you can assemble your movie. Once you’ve digitized your clips, say as uncompressed QuickTime™ movies, you can import these clips into a project window, either "as is" or as scaled-down (i.e. smaller) movie clips for editing.

 Insert screen capture of project window depicting following shots selected from footage log in section on logging. The text (shot/scene) on the right hand column should be placed in the comments column in the Premiere project window (furthest right column)

Digitize a few seconds of each of following shot starting w/ the time code numbers below:

Tape #

2

2

4

4

4

4

Time Code

02:08:47

02:16:47

04:22:06

04:23:05

04:26:46

04:28:43

Shot/Scene

Inside radar dome, dish panning and tilting up and down

Pull back from TV monitor to 2-shot inside radar station

Balloon inflation

Tight shot on valve; closing it

Wide shot; scientist 1 launching balloon, follow it for 10 sec.

Scientist 1 still looking up with radio in hand.

In Adobe Premiere, you can list comments alongside the representations of the clips: for example; a clip that you want to join with another clip at a specific point in your planned movie; or, the image size and camera angle of a particular shot.

Think of your project window as a clip database or library into which you’ve deposited the pick of the crop from your footage logs.

 

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