On your hard drive, you should've already created a new project folder.
Name it: jerry graded interview (or the name of your new project)
In the project folder, you should have these additional folders:
audio, graphics, script, stuff, video
 Create a New Project Folder
 Copy Video Files from SDHC Card to Video Folder (for this assignment you'll put them in the graded interview > video folder)
 Create a New Avid Project
 Link to Media
 Color Code Files in Project Bin
 Log Video Files in Project Bin
 Create a New Sequence
 Transcribe the Interview
 Write the Script
 Import Images
[11-1] Add and Name Video and Audio Tracks
Jerry Note: The remaining instruction videos in this section were done without the video and audio tracks named. You should still be able to complete the tasks, though.
[11-1a] Laying the Interview Track
[11-1b] Trim & Pace the Interview Track (add air)
[11-1c] Pacing and Trimming: Using the Ripple Trim Tool
[11-2] Laying the B-Roll Track
[11-3] Laying Images in the Timeline
[11-4] Resize Images
[11-a] How to Add Effects to Video Clip Segment:
Resize, Color Correct, and Add Effect to Multiple Clips, Add Multiple Effects to Same Clip Segment
Remember, to hold down OPTION key when
adding another effect to the same clip segment.
[11-b] Using Rule of Thirds Guide and to Resize Video Clips
[11-c] Rotate an image or video clip when not level to the horizon
[11-d] Checking the Match Cut
[11-e] Close a Gap in the Timeline
[11-f] Delete Clip Segment in the Timeline
 Export as an H.264 Quicktime Movie
a. Name it: jerry interview.mov
b. Save it to: your graded interview folder.
c. Be sure to view the entire movie with headphones on prior to filing.
 What and How to File
There are four files to put in the Instructions folder:
(1) Transcript (name it: jerry transcript.docx)
(2) Script (name it: jerry script.docx)
(3) Movie (name it: jerry interview.mov)
(4) Screengrab (name it: jerry interview.png)