Tour The Interface: Edit Markers
I'll go into this in much more detail but I can actually put markers in, markers are placeholders on my timeline and I'm going to do this to the beat of the music and then I can edit to the rhythm of the music very quickly with the markers. And there's a lot of different ways to do this, this is one of the coolest things, so I'm going to go through and listen and hopefully stay a little bit on beat. I'm gonna put a marker right here at the very beginning. The up and down arrow let's me jump between edit points. So if I want to jump back and actually get to that exact point I'm just using the up and down arrow on my keyboard. So I'm gonna go ahead I'm going to hit the M key, that creates a marker in my timeline. That's because if a clip is selected it would put it on the clip, I want it on the timeline so, nothing is selected and then I'm going to listen to he music and basically tap the M key to the beat of the music or, maybe I'll skip a beat or two because I don't want it to be so rh...
ythmic when I cut my shots. And as a matter of fact, let me get a running start here before. (Video) As a matter of fact I'm going to undo that because we do want to be distracted by the narration. I'm gonna go ahead and going to mute Hannah's voice for the moment so now we just hear the music. (upbeat music) Let's go ahead and do that again. (upbeat music) Mark, mark, beat, skipped a couple of beats. (upbeat music) Okay, so I put a bunch of markers in you noticed I kinda let it breath a little bit because I do want a little visual diversity. And, what I can do at this point is I can actually have gone in a found like, I'm gonna open up and I can look through these clips, and what I'm gonna do is, scroll to the top it needs to refresh, there we go. So, I find interesting parts and I'm going to just mark an end point what I think is interesting, okay. I don't think that's interesting at all, I'm going to delete that so it doesn't confuse us. Yeah, then we have something coming up, mark another end point, I don't want that. Normally I would put this in another folder if I had more than an hour. I wouldn't actually just, I'm not deleting the clip by the way it just deletes the point here where I can always bring the clip in. But, I want this to be visually easy. Okay, that good I want to wait until the camera settles. Put my play head there and what I'm doing is marking in-points not out-points. We saw we've already used this one. I don't want to delete that one because it will say you can't delete it but, let's just go with these randomly. I would go through it and mark a bunch of end-points but, what I can do now is, select a bunch of clips. I'm going to shrink these down so you can see a bunch, and I can, I'm gonna just grab the first nine. I will now drag that, make sure the play head is at the beginning at my first marker. I can now grab that and there's a little thing here and that's called automate to sequence. If I grab that and throw that on to this button. These are the nine clips, I'll get a pop up, and it say's what do I want do with these nine clips? I want to throw them on my timeline. I can thrown them in the sort order in other words I could presort these and like give them a number, one, two, three, four, five. Great, with photographs and this is a great way to make a photomontage really fast. I'm going to do it in a way that I selected them so if I didn't have a sort order I would go through and say, I like this picture, I like this one holding down the shift gear, the command key to make sure they maintain their selection. And then I'm gonna say, place them on the time line at my markers. Okay. And then I'm gonna do what's called an overwrite edit. We do discuss overwrite insert in the program but we know, I know, this is going to be an overwrite. I don't want to use, I could use the In/Out range that would be should take me to the markers. And then, I don't want to bring in the audio remember I don't want the audio. Now, if I'm lucky and made all the right selections when I hit okay take a look at what happens to the timeline. Please work. Here we go. All those clips are in, there all the cuts are right where the markers on, are on. So I'm gonna go here, and I'm gonna hit play, (light music) Her voice is off at this moment. (light music) So, we're cutting to the rhythm and it's very quick, if I turn her voice back on. You hear the story.
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Okay, so you see you got a very quick, this is very fun. And even if I didn't get quit the right frame. So, there was a shot here where, this is kinda nice it pulls focus but the truth is for a two second shot I don't need to pull focus, it should be focused and let the brain adjust it. So one of the things that we'll learn is something called a slip edit. And that allows me to change what part of the image were looking at. There's a button here, the keyboard shortcut is why, for a slip edit. And it let's me look at a different part of the image, I'm gonna go ahead and click on that. And when I click on that, you can see in my upper right hand corner, I can actually change what the beginning and end point of that is and I think the pans nice. So look, here it's sharp. Maybe I want to pick up the panel a little bit more. And as soon as I let go, you'll notice that in the sequence the position doesn't move but the part of the clip that I'm viewing has been adjusted, as soon as I let go. And let's go ahead and hit play there.
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Okay, and if that wasn't quit right cause you know they prefer I go back here, and I'm good to go. (video) So you can tweek that maybe I go, you know something, no matter what I do with this image. If I want it sharp, it's no going to work, because it's just to quick. So I like this picture. So what I'm do is, I'm gonna kinda guide it to where it's sharp. And now I'm going to simply place my play head over it, I'll right click on it, and when I right click on it, I'm gonna go ahead and I'm actually gonna make a freeze frame. I'm gonna hold this and hit frame hold option. And we go into this throughout the course. I'm gonna do it wherever the play head is parked. I hit, okay. And now instead of having that camera move, (video) I have a nice static shot. So, this is just a taste of what you can do and how powerful it is. And we get as deep as we can and even 20 hours is like, I could teach a 100 hours, cause there's that deep of a program. But within 20 hours, within 20 lessons, you'll have so much more of a comfort factor because, folks, yesterday were just saying, "we're just scared of video". Well hopefully, this has made it less scary. I'm gonna go ahead and show you how I would export it. It's not quit done yet but you get the idea. So let's pretend my show is done, I'll go ahead and I'll fake it all. I'll trim out the end. I'll add a little, fade out of the music. And now I'm ready to export this. I select my sequence, I'd watch it first but we're not going to do that. I go file, export, media, simple as that. And then I got a really confusing dialogue box. Let's see if that popped up, there we go. And people are like, "oh my gosh I have so many choices, what do I do"? (laughing) Yeah, you do have a lot of choices that's a good thing. You can export this for so many different platforms and looks phones, android phones, iphones. A lot of times these are just redundant because it plays as well as an android, as on an iphone as what not. So you'll probably end up using a handful. I'm going to simply export it out as H. for the web, I'll match everything about it, the source 1920 by 1080. You can tweek this, we actually spend an entire lesson discussing export. I click export, it now goes and creates my final video that's ready for me to send somebody or upload. It's as simple as that. It does all the calculations and math if I've added filters, if I've done special effects. If I need to do something called rendering, some of you may be familiar with. It does all that. You use to have plenty of time to go get a sandwich and a coffee. Machines are pretty quick now if it's a switch show you don't have that unless you lock the door, and tell the producer it's going to take awhile.