Shot types

A video about three different camera shot types, a mid shot, wide shot and a close up. We recorded this in a group at college. Someone else in the group changed the video files to avi so that we could use the files on adobe premier pro. Once the files were on premier pro I took out the audio by unlinking it then deleting it and I then used the razor tool to cut out parts of the files that weren’t needed. I then added keypoints so that I could fade the clips in and out but didn’t do it all of the time, when there were multiple clips of one shot I didn’t fade it. I then added titles and faded them in and out. Finally I added a track that I made in my audio class and shortened it to fit the video.


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