Movie Trailers: Sequencing, Pacing, & Title Screens

Today’s essential question: How can I best set up the sequencing and pacing of my movie clips to create the best possible movie trailer?

Today we will continue editing our movie clips in Premiere. The first half of your trailer should include longer clips that set the scene. As the trailer plays on, the clips should get shorter to imply a faster pace and create suspense. You may wish to include text slides in between certain clips to further your story.

Shaborn’s project is well on its way to success. Notice how the clips get shorter as the trailer goes on. How might his project benefit from some text slides?

Today we will:

  • Continue working on our movie trailers
  • Export our progress so far and post it to YouTube
  • Create a new blog post with the link to our YouTube video progress
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