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  1. #1
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    Nov 2009

    Default Professional Video Editing Tips

    Professional video editing is hard to define, because usually it's something that you hardly notice. It's only when things go bad that you'll notice a lack of professional video editing. Of course, you don't need to hire a professional video production company to get professional video editing.

    There are some simple rules of video editing that you should learn, and follow (and even break sometimes).

    Easy on the effects. iMovie and Movie Maker each offer an array of special effects and transitions. You should avoid most of these if you want a professional video editing look.

    Start with good video footage. Professional video editing is easy if you have good footage to begin with. Good audio recording also makes a big difference in professional video editing.

    Practice, practice, practice. Whether you're using a simple, free program like iMovie or Movie Maker, or a complex program like Final Cut or Adobe Premiere, you need practice with your editing system. Professional video editing requires you to take the time to learn the ins and outs of your editing software so that you can make the most of it.

  2. #2
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    Nov 2015


    Good to know these tips. And here's my tips:
    If we want to make some anime music video(AMV), we need good music for background uses. The most difficult part is make your video and music synchronized , to get the emotion, feelings and meaning inside that bgm and show it by video clip skills. Japanese called this amv, sometimes, MAD and they are good at making AMV. I love making AMV too, by the way. And a hd video editing software could be helpful if we have some high-def video resources.

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    Mar 2016


    Cool~~Nice to know about :)

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