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Lesson 7. Other Editing Options > Storyboard Editing

Storyboard Editing

Storyboards are used to explain the flow of a story with pictures or drawings. For example, to explain how a scene will look when it's cut together, an artist sketches intended camera shots and places them side by side as individual frames. This allows the director to imagine more clearly what the film will look like or anticipate what problems may arise during the shoot.

In the previous exercises, you arranged, or storyboarded, clips in the bin window. You can edit those clips to the Timeline in a few simple steps. However, where you place the images in the bin will determine how they eventually line up in the Timeline sequence. Final Cut Pro starts with the first clip at the top-left corner of the bin and reads across the line. It then drops down to the next row, and so on, like reading a book. Follow these general guidelines to create your own storybook edit.


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