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Izzy Video 020 – Cutting


This video tutorial on Cutting includes hints regarding “Jump Cuts”, and “Cutting on Action”. If you have questions regarding this tutorial, please feel free to leave them in the comments area of this posting. I’ll get to them as soon as I can.

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9 thoughts on “Izzy Video 020 – Cutting

  1. It is amazing how in two minutes you can open up so many possibilities. You really got my creative juices going with this video!


  2. I agree with Barry… now only if I had a camcorder… :)

  3. Izzy, great tutorial, I knew some about cut shots, but wasn’t completely sure of the best way to do them.

    Here’s an example I made earlier that uses a bunch of cut shots:

    And the scene I have where the camera goes down the slide after the subject is an example of how I purposely did a cut shot “incorrectly” for the effect.

    (and I hope I made my HTML tag correctly for the link…)

  4. Well, my nice HTML tag didn’t work, so here it is:

    (Izzy, can you put this in my post above?)

  5. One Great Podcast…

    I sat down at the computer this weekend to find some new podcasts. I was looking for video podcasts, and specifically – if I could find any – for podcasts about video production. I struck gold with Israel Hyman. Izzy……

  6. Izzy,

    You are fabulous. your videos inspire me and most importantly, they teach easy, common sense ideas when shooting. I’ve started to incorporate them into my everyday filming.
    The cutting video is my fav to date. I think it’s a critical aspect of editing and can make the world of difference!

  7. Love the procasts. Love them. I’ve been using all these different tips and tricks in my video. i just entered a film festival here in Florida and use many of your ideas. turned out great just waiting for results of the contest.

    p.s. i would love to see a series on how to make your own procasts. Whether you do or not please don’t stop the procasts. Love them.


  8. hello Izzy can you tell me what program do you use because i wan to learn using it tenx

  9. I use Final Cut Pro for all my editing. It comes as part of the Final Cut Studio package of applications. It’s available only on the Mac platform, and costs roughly $1,300.

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