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Analogue Editing

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Transcript of Analogue Editing

Developments of Editing
Analogue Editing
Analogue is the type of editing where you physically cut and stick reels together to create your piece. As time has progressed less and less directors have used this method of editing. One of the most notable people who still use this is Quentin Tarantino who used this method for hit movies 'Pulp Fiction' and Inglorious Bastards.
Non Fiction - Criminal Penguins - Frozen Planet
Non fiction editing is completely different to fiction editing. The notable differences include the slow pace and simpler cuts and effects. There are still some layers of editing but these come as sound overlaying an on screen image. A feature like this is seen a lot on the news and on documentaries. When this happens the images reflect and are similar of conversation in the sound-track. The main thing that you notice in a non-fiction edit is that the shots are a lot longer as they don't need to change due to the minimal action. When the news is on you will notice that the shot usually changes at about the time the next person starts talking as they want to focus all of the attention on the person talking. Finally the 180 degree rule applies to this as well
Digital Editing
Digital editing is the more advanced type of editing between Digital and Analogue editing as it is done on things such as Laptops and Computers using Final Cut Pro and Premiere. Digital Editing gives you the effects such as wipes and dissolves which helps make a more proffessional look.
Fiction - Pineapple Express
This scene is digitally edited as it features fast cuts and transitions between shots. The music in the background is very discrete however it plays a big part in the suspense of the scene. The music works really well as it seems to suit the comic, tension within this short scene. The shots are cut to the dialogue as well as the music which is good as it keeps a similar pace with everything, keeping you in on the action. The camera is following the action throughout the scene, showing you different perspectives through Dale and Saul but then aso through the police officer. This 'following the action' technique is used a lot in fiction editing as it shows what is happening within the scene and keeps the viewer engaged. The angles of the cameras are all fairly varied as there are shots side on, straight on and also wide shots from far away. These shots make the audience feel as if they are following it from all angles and are constantly part of the action.
Fiction - Pineapple Express
Non Fiction - Criminal Penguins - Frozen Planet
Advertising - Fosters
Advertising is mostly done through digital editing because, in general, it is a better way of running and producing an advert. Just like non-fiction and fiction the camera follows the action so it is still similar to these. Most adverts these days tend to take a fumy approach as it seems to be the most successful way of attracting the attention of the audience, this engages them and makes them want to know what the advert was actually advertising. This gives them an image in their head (from the ad) to go with the name of the brand for example people associate Compare the Market .com with the Russian Meerkats. Most adverts tend to still keep continuity as they cant afford to confuse their customers as it risks the brand's image as well as the money it costs to produce a video like this. A difference between fictional and advertising editing is that the cuts and transitions are a lot faster in advertising as there is less time to show off the product or brand.
Advertising - Fosters
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