in autoEdit you can pull selections from various transcriptions, organise them into a story, and when you are done export that as a video sequence. Through an EDL file, edit decision list, that can be opened with your video editing software of choice to continue editing your video.
If you want to know more about what is paper-editing, and why should you bother, I once organised a workshop "How to craft compelling stories out of video interviews?" that focussed on the underlying evergreen storytelling principles that transcend the medium, introducing paper-editing in it's traditional paper, scissors and tape as a key story crafting technique to gain insight into the process of interviewed based documentary production. Check out this blog post for the slide notes.
New Paperedit, give it a title and description (optional) and click Save
This will take you back to the list of paper-edits, click on the one you just created to go to the next step.
Chose a transcription on the left column.
In this view when you select text from a transcription it gets automatically added to the paper-edit.
As you have seen above by default your selections are added at the end of the paper-edit, you can click on a papercut to set that as insert point for the next selection.
To keep your story organised you can add headings/
At present headings help you keep the story organised within autoEdit and are not included in the EDL export.
To reorder selections, drag the papercut you would like to move and drop it where you'd like to position it.
To delete a selection drag it onto the bin.
To delete all selection click on the bin and chose
click on the
playbutton to see a preview of your selections.
You can export an EDL(edit decision list) of the selections you have made in the paper-edit. To open as a video sequence in the video editing software of choice.