Interactive 4K Editing Project Offered by 'Framelines'

Free project available on regional PBS TV series’ Website
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LEWIS CENTER, OHIO—Practice makes perfect, and the Ohio regional PBS television series recently announced an offer to let more people practice their editing skills. “Framelines,” a half-hour magazine show that focuses on filmmakers and the filmmaking process, is offering a free, interactive 4K editing project, with downloadable content available through the show’s site, Vimeo and YouTube.

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The content available for the editing project is a of a horror scene shot by Greg Sabo on Sony cameras. Users can download the script and individual segments.

Framelines reports that a number of educational institutions are using the project for media classes.

To download the content, click here.