"Pre-Programmed Editing"

Posted by Emil L | Thu Jun 5th 2003 12:16 p.m.

There's continuity editing, montage,... What would you suggest as a specific term for film editing in new media? When the consumer is the final editor and actual editor's job is to determine beforehand in what ways the consumer can access to the material.

I've come up with something like "pre-programmed editing"/"programmed editing". I thought you were the right people to suggest better ones. I'd use it in my research.

Emil Lahteenmaki
Film Student
  • Emil L | Thu Jun 5th 2003 12:30 p.m.
    There's continuity editing, montage,... What would you suggest as a term for film editing for new media? When the consumer is the final editor and the actual editor's job is to determine beforehand in what ways the consumer can access the material.

    I've come up with "pre-programmed editing"/"programmed editing". I thought you people would come up with better ones. I need it for my research.

    Emil Lahteenmaki
    Film Student
  • alexandra reill | Sun Jun 8th 2003 6:25 a.m.
    editorial programming
    editorial sw

    cheers, sascha

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    > There's continuity editing, montage,... What would you suggest as a term
    for film editing for new media? When the consumer is the final editor and
    the actual editor's job is to determine beforehand in what ways the consumer
    can access the material.
    >
    > I've come up with "pre-programmed editing"/"programmed editing". I thought
    you people would come up with better ones. I need it for my research.
    >
    > Emil Lahteenmaki
    > Film Student
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