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The Interrupters tells the moving and surprising stories of three Violence Interrupters who try to protect their Chicago communities from the violence they once employed. Shot over the course of a year, The Interrupters captures a period in Chicago when it became a national symbol for the violence in our cities. During that period, the city was besieged by high-profile incidents, most notably the brutal beating of Derrion Albert, a Chicago High School student, whose death was caught on videotape. (Kartemquin Films)



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How to Edit the Video of The Interrupters ?

The Interrupters has made a hit, causing remarkable playback, reviews and downloads due to its complex characters, gripping plots and unexpected actions. However, there might be some imperfect details like Brightness, Contrast and Saturation do not suit your tastes, which motivates you to edit it for a better movie. Alternatively, you merely aim to create a personalized version filled with your inspiration and creativity. If so, effective video editing software is a must to achieve your goal. However, do you know and long to master how to edit the video of your loved film?


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Tutorial on How to Edit the Video of The Interrupters 

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Run this versatile video editor and load the source

Download, install and launch DVDFab Video Converter, and opt for ‘Converter’ module when it runs. Click ‘+Add from Local’ or drag & drop video onto the main UI to import the source. Besides, you can load the video of your movie via ‘+Add from Mobile’ when your smartphone installs DVDFab Remote and connects on the same Wi-Fi as the PC.

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Tap the wrench icon to identify video/audio/subtitle options. Locate the inverted triangle icon to choose GPU hardware acceleration when it comes to transcoding. Then select ‘Save to’ to store the final video or share directly to Facebook, YouTube and Vimeo. Now tab the editing icon shown in step 2, a video editor will pop up. Click the video icon, an option window shows up for you to set numerical value for Brightness, Contrast and Saturation as needed. Specific value is depended on personal preference. Luckily, this video editor contains a preview section for better setting.

Start to convert and play the video

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Best Picture
Best Film Editing
Best Effects, Visual Effects
Best Film Editing
Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published
Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen