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    Star wipe.
    Matt Gottshalk - Director/ Dp/ and Emmy Award Winning Editor
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcgeedigital View Post
    Star wipe.
    Winner of best tip!


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    Theft
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    LSD


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    Using the source window to set points instead of dragging and dropping clips.

    And star wipe.

    And plenty of Zaza slider footage. (Hey it auto corrected with caps, I guess your famous now joe.)
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    Taking a break at times from the edit (which might not be possible for every one of your projects depending on deadlines).

    Much like a writer gets writer's block, I have gotten editor's block. Sometimes I sit down and just stare at some footage and it makes my brain hurt. Sometimes you just need some fresh air and a little time to clear your mind, then you go back to the edit and you can think more clearly and can cut through the footage with ease and end up with good stuff in the end. At least, this works for me and keeps me sane.


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