S T E P   0 1 /    S T O R Y    B O A R D I N G     RAW FOOTAGE

THIS PHASE REQUIRES YOU TO CREATE A SEQUENCED STORY BOARD THAT CONTAINS 2-3 PHASES OF EMOTION - EXTRACTING ONLY THE GREATEST BITS AND PIECES (PUNCHLINES) FROM THE RAW FOOTAGE THUS CREATING A STORY BOARD THAT IS PACKED WITH EMOTIONALLY IMPACTFUL CONTENT. 

  • TRANSCRIBE THE ENTIRE RAW VIDEO AND HIGHLIGHT ALL THE PUNCHLINES 

  • BASED ON THE PUNCHLINES > EDIT TRANSCRIPT TO CREATE A WRITTEN STORY BOARD (2-3 PHASES OF EMOTION) 

  • CUT RAW VIDEO & PRODUCE A STORY BOARD > BASED ON UPDATED TRANSCRIPT

  • THE END RESULT WILL BE A 4 MINUTE WORD PORN WORTHY VIDEO > WHICH IS PACKED WITH EMOTIONALLY IMPACTFUL CONTENT

S T E P   0 2 /    S O U N D  D E S I G N     SCORE MUSIC

THIS PHASE REQUIRES YOU TO PRODUCE SCORE MUSIC THAT IS SYNCHRONISTICALLY ALIGNED WITH THE EMOTION OF THE SPEAKERS EMOTIONAL UNDERTONE. 

S T E P   0 3 /    SOURCING    STOCK FOOTAGE

  • SOURCE VINTAGED STYLED  STOCK FOOTAGE 

S T E P   0 4 /    VISUAL EFFECTS    SYNCHRONISATION

TRANSITION MATCHING TECHNIQUE    SYNCHRONISING TRANSITIONS W/ SCORE MUSIC 

  • ALL TRANSITIONS MUST BE SYNCHRONISED WITH THE MUSIC > FOR EXAMPLE: IF THERE IS A BEAT IN THE RYTHM OF THE SCORE MUSIC, YOU WOULD SYNCHRONISTICALLY APPLY TRANSITIONAL EFFECTS EVERY TIME THAT BEAT OCCURS IN THE SCORE MUSIC 

MOVEMENT MATCHING TECHNIQUE   SYNCHRONISING SF W/ CAMERA MOVEMENT

  • SYNCHRONISING STOCK FOOTAGE BASED ON MOVEMENT > FOR EXAMPLE: YOU CAN SYNCHRONISE 2-3 DIFFERENT STOCK FOOTAGE TOGETHER BY CREATING THE ILLUSION THAT THE CAMERA IS MOVING LEFT ON THE FIRST SF, AND THEN YOU CAN CONTINUE THE LEFT MOVEMENT ON THE SECOND SF - CREATING THE ILLUSION THAT IT'S ALL BEING FILMED IN ONE CONTINUOUS SHOT > YOU CAN SYNC ALL MOVEMENTS SUCH AS LEFT, RIGHT, ZOOM IN/OUT AND UP/DOWN > GET CREATIVE. 

STORY MATCHING TECHNIQUE    SYNCHRONISING 2-4 SF's WITH THE SAME THEME, ACTION, UNDERTONES. 

  • SYNCHRONISING SF's THAT CONTAIN THE SAME THEME, ACTION OR UNDERTONES > FOR EXAMPLE: YOU CAN SYNCHRONISE 3 SF's OF LEGS WALKING > BY SEQUENCING THESE THREE TOGETHER YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SYNCHRONISE THE "ACTION" OF THESE THREE STOCK FOOTAGES TOGETHER. 

PASSERBY TRANSITION TECHNIQUE    APPLYING TRANSITIONS BASED ON PASSING PEOPLE OR THINGS

  • A "PASSERBY" TRANSITION IS WHEN SOMETHING OR SOMEONE PASSES BY THE FRAME AND THE EDITOR USES THE "PASSERBY" AS A "TRANSITION" FOR THE NEXT SCENE - SF

S T E P   0 5 /    SOUND EFFECTS    SYNCHRONISATION 

STOCK FOOTAGE SOUND EFFECTS* 

  • ALL STOCK FOOTAGE MUST BE COMPLEMENTED & SYNCHRONISED WITH A SOUND EFFECT

  • THE SOUND EFFECT YOU SELECT MUST ACCURATELY REPRESENT THE STOCK FOOTAGE 

TRANSITIONAL SOUND EFFECTS* 

  • ALL TRANSITIONAL EFFECTS MUST BE COMPLEMENTED & SYNCHRONISED WITH A SOUND EFFECT

  • TRANSITIONAL SOUND EFFECTS MUST ACCURATELY REPRESENT THE TRANSITION

S T E P   0 5 /    PACE / SPEED ADJUSTMENTS    SYNCHRONISING SPEED TO MATCH SCORE MUSIC RYYTHM / SPEED

SYNCHRONISE TIME / PACE  EFFECT* 

  • THE SPEED OF ALL "STOCK FOOTAGE" / "SOUND EFFECTS" & "TRANSITIONAL EFFECTS" MUST BE SYNCHRONISED WITH THE SPEED OF THE "SCORE MUSIC" > THUS, SYNCHRONISING THE RYTHM OF ALL THE ELEMENTS TOGETHER SO ALL ELEMENTS & EFFECTS ARE RHYTHMICALLY ALIGNED WITH THE SCORE MUSIC'S RYTHM / SPEED.