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How To Think Like An Editor – Editing Psychology Course

By Shehap Categories: Editing
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About Course

You are a skilled full-time editor who edits YouTube videos, commercials, or even music videos, but if you want to move to the film industry then trust me, your familiarity with Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut, After Effects, or any editing software is the least of your worries.

Making the right decision while editing a movie or a TV show could be very intimidating.

When Should I cut this scene?

Should I cut here or not? And why?

How will I connect these scenes?

Is there an editing technique that I should use here?

How could I make this joke funnier or add tension to this scene?

Am I telling the story correctly?

As a film editor, you are the main storyteller of the movie. Your decision will impact your movie’s narrative, tone, and feel.

Do not worry. In this course, we will discuss the psychology behind editing, and by the end of this course, you will feel confident enough to make conscious and purposeful editing decisions.

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What Will You Learn?

  • How to ask the right questions
  • How to think like an editor
  • A film editor’s workflow
  • Walter Murch’s rule of six
  • When to cut and why
  • How do cuts and transitions affect your movie
  • Cutting and transitioning techniques

Course Content

The Editors role

  • Introduction
  • Good vs Bad Editor
  • The Editors workflow

Walter Murch’s Rule of Six

Cutting techniques

Transitioning techniques

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11 months ago
well explained and not at all time-wasting would definitely recommend it