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Film editing : theory and practice
Christopher Llewellyn Reed.
Table of Contents
A brief history of film editing -- To cut or not to cut -- How genre affects editing -- Documentary vs. narrative -- Features vs. shorts -- The NLE editing revolution -- Final Cut Express : basic interface -- Beyond the basics : understanding the tools of Final Cut Express -- Effects and advanced editing techniques -- All about formats : capturing, importing, and exporting -- LiveType : advanced titling -- The Kuleshov effect -- Nail polish : cutting for comedy -- Nail polish : cutting for drama -- Nail polish : cutting for suspense -- Conclusion : final thoughts.