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(VIDEO) Video Editing Tips
Making videos is great for business, but what happens when you stumble as you present?
It happens to the best of us, and it can look clunky if you just cut between takes. It’s clear that you’ve made a mistake and have had to cut something out.
So here are a few tips to help hide those edits so people can keep focused on your message and not get distracted with the technicalities of what’s going on in the edit suite.
Another way to hide edits is to use some overlay footage when editing. Generally, this footage will relate to what is being talked about, and it adds some more information to the story. But what it’s really great for is hiding all the edits that are being made.
If you are using Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro, then you can take advantage of Morph Cut. This is a transition that blends the two clips together and morphs between them. It becomes very hard to realise that there was a cut in between. It’s a beautiful tool to have in your editing kit.
I hope that helps. Go forth and make lots of videos.
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