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Mastering Adobe Premier Pro CS6 HOTSHOt by Paul Ekert

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You Ready To Go Gung HO? A Hotshot Challenge

The project as it stands looks pretty good, but there are many shots that could still be added, most of them from the over-the-shoulder shots at the witness or the news reporter. Return now to this project and try to integrate those clips into your sequence using the techniques described in this project. You'll find that the best place to add them will be between 01;12;19 and 01;47;23.

Don't forget to add the face blur effect to any shot that shows the witness. Once you are happy with the final edit, add some more titles, for example you could add the title called "Reconstruction" to that segment of the project, and you could add an eyewitness' lower third for the first time the witness is shown on screen. ...

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