Trailers consist of a series of selected shots from the film that are used for advertisements. The purpose of the trailer is to attract an audience to the film. The selected shots are usually drawn from the most exciting, funny, or otherwise noteworthy parts of the film but in an abbreviated form and usually without producing spoilers.
To create such trailers, I was responsible for the concept, organisation of voice actors, editing the trailers, music editing and mastering them for different media distribution channels (broadcast, website, and radio).
Editing for Cinema Spot Trailers used for broadcasting.
After receiving the full original trailer with separate audio tracks, I was responsible for editing the trailer into a 20 seconds short clip. The working process included organizing the voice actor and changing texts (date and information) to German and French. All trailers were confirmed by the original licensor.
A general series trailer shows the overall concept of the series. It does not explicitly portray the plot of an episode but gives an overview of the series to the viewer. I was responsible for concept creation and editing for such trailers.
A sneak peek consists of a section that is from just one scene. This is reduced to the essentials (cut). Depending on the scene, it doesn't even have to be re-cut (in rare cases).
A sneak peek has no accompanying voice over. The voice-over only refers to the title (possibly with a claim) and the airtime and makes no reference to the action shown.
My responsibility was to edit these 15-20 seconds sneak peeks.