chapter  5
COMPOSING VISUAL PROOF ON A SMARTPHONE
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This chapter covers all the important techniques used to create quality multi-track, multi-source checkerboard news-like mobile edits that include name supers, audio post-production, rendering and publishing. It's always a toss-up deciding how to begin the edit. Scheduling time to view your footage is always important. This plan or story arc comprises three major structural points: the beginning, middle and the end, with a developing point between the beginning and the middle, and between the middle and the end. People usually edit quickly to lay down a rough narration bed as fast as possible. This helps them to understand their story and to find their story bounce, which is the rhythm of the story as it bounces between narration, sync, actuality and five to seven structural points. This workflow is important for mojos who work alone and may not have another pair of eyes to look at their work.