When I read the title, I was thinking "please don't say 'add black bars'!"
But at least he mentioned it last, like an afterthought.
At least on the older Gopros that I know (up to Hero 4) there is no setting for the shutter. It's always on auto, I don't know why he listed it as a setting at all.
What I would have added: under no circumstances set the sharpness to high! It looks horrible!
The dude probably filmed this alone, he pre-set the focus and then missed his position by a few centimeters.
Well, most people seem to want slimmer, lighter weight notebooks with great design, and that's what Microsoft and Apple are delivering. You can't make these machines so extra slim and fancy looking without glueing and soldering them together. I am not saying I like it, but that's the way it is.
I didn't even know there was a name for this. I thought of it as common sense editing. I'd consider using this type of cut the norm for almost everything I edit (mostly short documentary stuff)
Well, you can't compare this SIMULATED rape scene from a movie to the things other people in Hollywood have done, like Polanski and Weinstein. We are talking about real rapes here, some of them on minors/children. The rape scene in Bertolucci's film might have been a little rude because it was added ad hoc to the script, but it is absolutely not comparable. There was no rape, no sex, just a realistic depiction of it, played by two adult actors. I think a professional actress should be able to play something like that without letting it get to her personally. If she can't do that, well then maybe she chose the wrong profession.