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Lesson 13. Scoring to Picture > Spotting the Movie

Spotting the Movie

When you're choosing the places where music will enhance your project, Logic can be used during or after the “spotting session” with the director to view the movie and mark those specific time code locations where musical cues will be used. The creation of markers works well for this task, allowing you to place text notes at specific SMPTE locations to use as timing references.

Detecting Cuts

Often a director will want musical cues to begin near scene cuts to accentuate the transition from one scene to the next. You can use Logic to identify relevant visual cues in a video with a unique function called Detect Cuts. When this function is activated, Logic analyzes the video information and creates a special marker, called a Movie marker, at locations where the image changes drastically (such as at scene cuts).


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