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Take Notes

When you're shooting, you may think you'll remember that the panda bears were located at roughly the 24-minute mark of the Pana-sonic tape with the purple label, but in reality you'll find yourself scanning through the footage and wishing you'd taken the time to take notes. Get a simple binder and make columns for the tape, timecode, and notes. Then as you're shooting, jot down what you've just filmed. It doesn't have to be complicated, as long as it offers a quick reference to where your scenes occur. Taking notes is also essential when you need to keep track of locations and the names of people who appear in your video.


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