How to edit visual sequences for effective video storytelling

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The effective use of visual clips is a foundation for good storytelling. Sequences condense time, maintain the viewer’s interest and provide context and detail for advancing the story. In this IJNet video, media production professor David Burns explains how to edit visual sequences into your videos.

David Burns is a professor at Salisbury University. He also teaches electronic journalism workshops around the world most recently in the Middle East and Eastern Europe

This is the latest in a series of videos Burns produced for IJNet, including Shooting visual sequences, Shooting a formal interview, and Shooting vox pop interviews.

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