Edit decision summary EXAMPLE_EDL_AMODE_2_EDIT2000

Framerate: NON-DROP FRAME, PAL, 25 frames/sec.

No. of shots14
No. of cuts14
secondsframestimecodeshot no
Avg. shot length9.803245.07100:00:09:20
Standard deviation4.492112.29100:00:04:12
Median shot length8.400210.00000:00:08:10
Sum shot length137.240343100:02:17:06
Min. shot length4.24010600:00:04:06010 
Max. shot length20.16050400:00:20:04013 

Comparison to films from the cinemetics database help text The table lists the ten closest films by ASL from the cinemetrics database.

Click the titles to get more information about the movies from their database.

Cinemetrics also has a software tool which allows for easy registration of ASL of movies and has thousands of movies in their database. Please visit their website, www.cinemetrics.lv, for more information about their work.

The other films and their data are collected from cinemetrics on 2011-01-30. The database contains 4667 entries.
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N.U. (aka Nettezza Urbana)Michelangelo Antonioni19489.85.3Simone Starace
Big Heel-WathaTex Avery19449.88Cid Vasconcelos
Judex episode 8Louis Feuillade19169.88.3Cid Vasconcelos
Onna no Naka ni iru Tanin (The Stranger within a Woman)Mikio Naruse19669.89Cid Vasconcelos
Wizard of Oz, TheTed Eshbaugh19339.89.2Cid Vasconcelos
Dirty WorkTom Walls19349.89.3Martin Stollery
Le comte de Monte CristoJosée Dayan19989.89.5roxanne Pinckers
Party GirlVictor Halperin19309.89.8Charles O'Brien
ArielAki Kaurismäki19889.89.9Claire van der Meer
De OvervalPaul Rotha19629.89.9Emma van Tol

Edit length help text The diagram includes three bar charts. The y-axis represents duration in seconds and the x-axis represents the shots in the sequence given in the edl file.

The blue chart, named Total length, illustrates the total elapsed time for all shots up to the given shot, including the duration of the given shot. (Example: the height of bar marked 23 is the sum of all shot length up to and including the 23th shot.)

The green chart, named Shot length, shows the separate shot length of each shot. (Example: the height of the bar marked 23 is the shot length of the 23th shot.)

The orange chart, named Shot length diff., shows the change in the length of each shot. (Example: the height of the bar marked 23 is the change of the shot length of the 23th shot compared to the 22th shot, i.e., [shot length 23th shot] - [shot length 22th shot] = [shot length diff. 23th shot].)

Diagram: Edit length

Shot lengths help text The two following diagrams focus on the shots lengths in the edl file, and not the total length. In the first diagram only the chart of shot lengths are displayed, while the second diagram also includes the shot length diff. Both diagrams include vertical lines to mark the values for minimum shot length, average shot length (ASL), median shot length and maximum shot length.

Diagram: Shot lengthDiagram: Shot length

Number of shot lengths help text The diagram shows the number of shots categorized by shot length.

(Example: assume a bar is marked '≤ 12' and its immediate neighbour on the left is marked '≤ 9', and the height of the '≤ 12' bar is '3', then there are 3 shots of length between 9 and 12 seconds in the edl file.)

Diagram: No. of shot lengths

Reels help textMounting sequence lists the reels in the order they occur in the edl file. The parenthesis contain the first edit in the reel of the given number in line. Re-mounts are marked by an asterix.

Re-mounting sequence lists the reels in the order they are used for a second or more time.

name no. of shots total duration avg. duration median duration first in timecode
PF011A 7 00:01:04:02 00:00:09:04 00:00:07:22 00:59:55:00
PF012 1 00:00:10:23 00:00:10:23 00:00:10:23 01:01:11:19
PF011AB 5 00:00:42:02 00:00:08:10 00:00:07:05 01:01:40:05
PF011B 1 00:00:20:04 00:00:20:04 00:00:20:04 01:02:10:14

Mounting sequence: PF011A (001), PF012 (008), PF011AB (009), PF011B (013), * PF011AB (014)
Re-mounting sequence: PF011AB (014)

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Reel: PF011A

No. of shots 7
No. of cuts 7
seconds frames timecode shot no
Avg. shot length 9.154 228.857 00:00:09:04
Standard deviation 3.748 93.689 00:00:03:19
Median shot length 7.880 197.000 00:00:07:22
Sum shot length 64.080 1602 00:01:04:02
Min. shot length 4.840 121 00:00:04:21 004 
Max. shot length 15.280 382 00:00:15:07 006 

Shot no's: 001, 002, 003, 004, 005, 006, 007

Reel: PF012

No. of shots 1
No. of cuts 1
seconds frames timecode shot no
Avg. shot length 10.920 273.000 00:00:10:23
Standard deviation .000 .000 00:00:00:00
Median shot length 10.920 273.000 00:00:10:23
Sum shot length 10.920 273 00:00:10:23
Min. shot length 10.920 273 00:00:10:23 008 
Max. shot length 10.920 273 00:00:10:23 008 

Shot no's: 008

Reel: PF011AB

No. of shots 5
No. of cuts 5
seconds frames timecode shot no
Avg. shot length 8.416 210.400 00:00:08:10
Standard deviation 3.551 88.784 00:00:03:14
Median shot length 7.200 180.000 00:00:07:05
Sum shot length 42.080 1052 00:00:42:02
Min. shot length 4.240 106 00:00:04:06 010 
Max. shot length 13.400 335 00:00:13:10 012 

Shot no's: 009, 010, 011, 012, 014

Reel: PF011B

No. of shots 1
No. of cuts 1
seconds frames timecode shot no
Avg. shot length 20.160 504.000 00:00:20:04
Standard deviation .000 .000 00:00:00:00
Median shot length 20.160 504.000 00:00:20:04
Sum shot length 20.160 504 00:00:20:04
Min. shot length 20.160 504 00:00:20:04 013 
Max. shot length 20.160 504 00:00:20:04 013 

Shot no's: 013

Shot list help text The table shows the complete list of shots in the edl file as EDIT2000 has read them.

If a value in the record in column is red it means that this record in value is different than the record out value of the previous shot.

If a value in the record diff. column is red it means that this value is different from the value of the source difference for this shot.

shot no reel name record in record out source diff. record diff. record dur.
001 PF011A 00:59:55:00 01:00:09:04 00:00:14:04 00:00:14:04 00:00:14:04
002 PF011A 01:00:09:04 01:00:16:12 00:00:07:08 00:00:07:08 00:00:21:12
003 PF011A 01:00:29:04 01:00:34:21 00:00:05:17 00:00:05:17 00:00:27:04
004 PF011A 01:00:34:21 01:00:39:17 00:00:04:21 00:00:04:21 00:00:32:00
005 PF011A 01:00:39:17 01:00:48:15 00:00:08:23 00:00:08:23 00:00:40:23
006 PF011A 01:00:48:15 01:01:03:22 00:00:15:07 00:00:15:07 00:00:56:05
007 PF011A 01:01:03:22 01:01:11:19 00:00:07:22 00:00:07:22 00:01:04:02
008 PF012 01:01:11:19 01:01:22:17 00:00:10:23 00:00:10:23 00:01:15:00
009 PF011AB 01:01:40:05 01:01:45:18 00:00:05:13 00:00:05:13 00:01:20:13
010 PF011AB 01:01:45:18 01:01:49:24 00:00:04:06 00:00:04:06 00:01:24:19
011 PF011AB 01:01:49:24 01:01:57:04 00:00:07:05 00:00:07:05 00:01:31:24
012 PF011AB 01:01:57:04 01:02:10:14 00:00:13:10 00:00:13:10 00:01:45:09
013 PF011B 01:02:10:14 01:02:30:18 00:00:20:04 00:00:20:04 00:02:05:13
014 PF011AB 01:02:30:18 01:02:42:11 00:00:11:18 00:00:11:18 00:02:17:06