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Edit 1 entire course which is divided in 9 lessons. Each lesson is one individual video. Each lesson is between 13 minutes and 45 minutes of raw footage.
There are 2 cameras. A front camera (camera 1) and a side camera (camera 2) which recorded the details of the instruction in a macro style.
The idea is that you switch back and forth between the 2 cameras every time the instructor is working with his/her hands or doing details or looking down on his work.
You must clean the audio of background noises as much as possible.
Merge the audio of the two Cameras. Camera 1 is using a boom mic and Camera 2 a lavalier mic
Try to avoid showing the camera 2 when it's shaking to much, blurry or moving fast and abruptly.
You have to be able to identify when we suddenly cut or pause the recording because of any reason, noises etc. then continue.
Add the logo intro at the beginning of every video/lesson.
You will have access to a Google Drive document which contains all the raw footage in organized folders. Main Course > Lessons > Camera 1 and Camera 2. Your work must be uploaded to the folder "Finished Videos".
In some videos, the instructor pauses saying something like "I'm going to let this dry and come back to finish...", in situations like this you need to slide-in or fade in the continued video after she "came back"
Some folders may have special instructions or notes to make things easier for you.
At the end of the video add some white text on black background saying "You can now go to your next lesson" (except for the final lesson obviously). You have to fade into that black background I just mentioned at the end of the videos.
Deadline: I expect the project to be complete 7 days after you are hired. This is EXTREMELY important!
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