Another very helpful tip for when you are using video is to use the storyboarding technique. This is similar to what I said in a pervious post about planning your shots. Using a storyboard allows you to determine the angle of which you want your piece to go, and later determine what order you want the shots to go in.
There are 2 types of storyboards: front end and back end
Is when you plan your shots BEFORE you go out to shoot, to make sure you don’t miss anything while you’re out.
After you have your shots, you use the back end story technique to go through the shots you took, and take note or inventory of them. Then you use that to determine what order you want them. This will allow you to do visual outline so that you plan better.
Here’s a template I found from http://www.independentmusicadvice.com/2011/07/how-to-create-a-storyboard-for-music-videos-with-template/