the out of order dvd bundle
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FULL EXPERIENCE DVD BUNDLE INSTEAD.
The Out of Order DVD Bundle is the perfect way to bring the education home if you can’t enjoy the experience in person. The entire content of the daytime workshop has been recorded on location giving you the ability to learn from a highly-polished production at your own pace at home.
The Out of Order tour Bundle Includes:
- Storytelling Through Editing Workshop DVD
- Out of Order Editing Training DVD
- Storytelling Techniques for Digital Filmmakers Book
- Take Home Editing Project
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* Storytelling Through Editing Workshop DVD ships after tour
Storytelling through editing workshop DVD
OVER 5 HOURS OF EDITING EDUCATION ON 2 DISCS
Storytelling Through Editing Workshop DVD begins by teaching the characteristics of stories and why humanity’s common need for stories is so powerful—because they are the vehicle for touching us emotionally. You will learn specific types of stories by outlining types of conflict, variable act structure, and plot structure, and will thoroughly explore the concept of non-linear storytelling—telling a story out of order. You will learn several options for rearranging the order of a film to create a better and more intriguing story. This DVD also teaches the principles of show don’t tell, how to properly time cuts, pacing, how to effectively edit a conversation, cut selection and timing, and how to analyze which clips have the greatest storytelling impact.
(Ships After Tour)
out of order editing training DVD
OVER 5 HOURS OF EDITING EDUCATION ON 4 DISCS
Out of Order is the ultimate editing training experience. The art of editing isn’t simply about what buttons to push, keyboard shorts cuts, or anything technical: it’s about storytelling and analyzing how to best assemble each moment in your film to give the viewer the best experience possible. By highlighting the fundamentals of story structure, narrative bases, shot sequencing, and shot placement, Out Of Order unlocks the full potential of your footage—teaching you how to make decisions about where the pieces go rather than how to simply move them into place.