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Chapter 10. Putting a Workflow Together > Workshop 10: Edit Scene 9

Workshop 10: Edit Scene 9

This workshop first has you create and organize the Scene 9 bin, and then you'll edit Scene 9. Hopefully, you'll begin to find the workflow that works best for you. Rather than prompt your every move, I'll leave much of this up to you. Begin to experiment with different ways of editing the footage into the sequence, finding what makes the most sense to you (and at the same time gives you more practice with the everyday, every-edit situations you'll find yourself in).

Create and Organize Scene 9

1.
Create a new bin, and name it Scene 9. Double-click it to open it in its own window, because you will drag subclips from the Picture Clips bin to it.

2.
Open the Picture Clips bin, and reveal the markers in the “1 hr timecode section” clip.

3.
Create subclips from the first 25 markers, from “Cap lights match in boat” through “Sam wakes up tie off tk 2.” Highlight them, press Cmd+U, and drag them all to the Scene 9 bin.

4.
Open the “3 hr timecode section” clip to reveal its markers. Create subclips of the last three markers and the “Cap looks at smoke tk 1” marker. Drag these new subclips to the Scene 9 bin. When you are done, your Scene 9 bin should look like Figure 10.1.

Figure 10.1. The Scene 9 bin after step 4.



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