by filmeditingpro.com As a video editor, you are the Swiss army knife of the production team. Some days, people will expect you to do a whole lot more than editing video.It may be on the visual side of things, or you could be called upon to handle tasks that normally fall to the sound designer. […]Read more "Quick Tips for Cutting Music"
by Logan Baker, Rocketstock In this Premiere Pro video tutorial, check out how to cut an entire sequence to the beat of a soundtrack in only a matter of seconds. If you’ve seen any YouTube video, commercial, or travel video in the past few years, you’ve most likely seen a video cut to the beat of a song. […]Read more "Editing to a Beat? This Keyboard Shortcut Changes Everything"
by Noam Kroll, Rocketstock Professional-grade editing software has never been more accessible, but many amateur video editors are jumping in with both feet before truly understanding the craft or the art of it. Here are five of the most common mistakes to avoid as you begin your video editing career. It’s truly never been easier […]Read more "5 Common Mistakes Nearly All Amateur Video Editors Make"
July 21, 2015 by V Renée, nofilmschool Editing a film is a gargantuan task. Having a little bit of foresight can help you steer clear of mistakes, be more efficient, and keep your project on track. Editor and editing theorist Roger Crittenden offers 10 editing tips that’ll come in handy before you’re hunched over your computer fifteen days […]Read more "10 Things All Editors Should Do Before They Start Cutting"
December 27, 2010 by VideoMaker Magazine A common misconception about editing is that it’s as easy as cutting and pasting clips together. In its most basic form, editing is that simple. However, perfecting the art of editing takes time and dedication, as well as a firm grasp on advanced editing techniques. One of these […]Read more "Editing Tip: The Art of Editing"