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How To Edit A Film Trailer

How To Edit A Film Trailer Learning how to edit a film trailer requires a very specialised set of skills, and once you’ve acquired those skills you need to practice them over and over until...

Editing Baby Driver – Beat Driven Heists

Editing Baby Driver – Beat Driven Heists I really enjoyed Baby Driver. I loved the choreography, the characters and the car chases. It’s a great movie that’s just trying to be, and...

Proxy Workflows for Your NLE

Proxy Workflows for Your NLE The Offline/ Online workflow is back. These days this is mostly due to large file sizes and the computationally difficult nature of some camera negative high res media...

How To Edit Your First Feature Film

How To Edit Your First Feature Film Chris Hunter has worked as a First Assistant Editor and Assembly Editor on numerous television shows and feature films, including DaVinci’s Demons, Strike...

NAB 2017 Discounts and Promo Codes

NAB 2017 Discounts and Promo Codes It’s NAB time again and that means plenty of companies are offering discounts and promo codes during the next few days. In this efficient but unfettered post...

Free Video Editing Software for Beginners

Free Video Editing Software for Beginners Which video editing software should I use? And where can I get it for free? These are two of the most common questions I get asked by people looking to learn...

Tips on Switching Editing Software

Tips on Switching Editing Software The process of switching from one NLE to another is not often an easy one. All that muscle memory needs to be re-learned, the tool set is different and in some...

The Making of Arrival

The Making of Arrival If, like me, you thoroughly enjoyed Denis Villeneuve’s masterful Arrival, then you’ll probably appreciate these excellent interviews (mostly with Editor Joe Walker)...

How to Edit an Action Movie

How To Edit An Action Movie As an editor some of the most fun I’ve had in editing a scene is when there’s a good amount of action going on. Now in my ‘normal work’ that...