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What does it take to be a video editor?
Video editing isn’t the most glamorous job, but it is one of the most essential in the post production process. For those interested in becoming a video editor, this book comes from the perspective of someone who has been editing video for over twenty years.
You’ll find tips for performing typical video edits, studio building guidelines, software and hardware options, useful tools, and more, with an emphasis on real world editing practices and work flows in non-linear video post production.
More than a how-to, this book helps explain some of the why-to of editing such as why is one spot in a clip better than another to make an edit and what you might consider in choosing whether to edit video in a post production house or go the freelance editor route.
Rather than teach you what buttons to push (you can use the manual of your software of choice for that), this book
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Features & details
- Publication date: July 3, 2013
- Publisher: Don Pope
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00DTJXGGE
- Amazon.com Sales Rank: 3036056