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  1. Tips & Techniques for Video Editing: Want to take your video editing skills from beginner to pro? These tips and techniques can help you become a great video editor. 1.Choose the best camera angles for each moment. As you look at your footage, your goal is to balance speaker intent with the expectations of the web audience. Think about where the audience would want to be looking at different points during the talk if they were in the room — that will help you select the best camera angle to reconstruct each moment. By thinking about that, you are also choosing angles that help the speaker better express his or her story 2.Use more close-ups and medium shots than wide shots.It’s important to cut between different camera angles so that the audience understands the space. But once the talk is contextualized, close-ups and medium shots hold the most meaning for the audience. It’s engaging to watch speakers’ facial expressions and body language as they speak and, with a closer view, you can just see it better.

  2. 3.Watch a speaker’s body language and pay attention to the way they talk. Language is embodied. A speakers’ thoughts, words and breath are all revealed through their body language. Meanwhile, each speaker has a unique rhythm and cadence to their voice. If you pay attention to these things, it will provide a natural rhythm for your editing and it will all feel intuitive for the audience, too. 4.Cut on action.One way to make the edit between two shots seem invisible is by cutting on a gesture. The viewer watches the beginning of a motion that begins in one shot and follows it as it crosses the edit and finishes in the next shot. The completion of the gesture masks the edit. 5.Take some space from your edit. After spending some time with the same edit, it’s easy to become desensitized to the material. So it’s important to step away. Taking a break from an edit and returning with fresh eyes can help you maintain your sense of audience and help you do your best work. Animation Bugshas placed many students in video editing industry. Our Institute is the Video Editing Institute in Jalandhar. We have highly dedicated and professional trainers who put their best efforts on students to prepare them for their bright career ahead. Students are getting handsome wages after completing their course from Animation Bugs. Join Animation Bugs today for your better career in Video Editing. For more details please log on to our website Contact: +91-90412-22444 / 98555-51177. Address:SCO 407, 4th Floor, AGI Business Centre, Near Bus Stand, Jalandhar.