#210 - How to Collapse Your Sequence
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#210 - How to Collapse Your Sequence

Tidy as you go.

That's how to make it in life, as in the kitchen.

In this issue of Cut/daily I wanted to take a quick look at how (and why) you should know how to collapse your sequence for tidier, more pleasing editing.

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This is not a good way to work

This issue of Cut/daily is about taking something that looks like that and making it look like this:

Tidy, organised and comprehensible.

This also equates to speed, agility and the ability for another editor to take over your cut and keep on going.

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