Increasing Your Productivity In The Edit Bay
  • August 5, 2017

Increasing Your Productivity In The Edit Bay

Ever struggle with 'editor's block' or just can't get rolling on a project? Been there too. Let's dig into some solutions. Increasing your productivity in the bay I can’t tell you how many times I feel like I’ve been working…

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The Movie Is Not The Trailer (Nor Should It Be)
  • July 26, 2017

The Movie Is Not the Trailer (Nor Should It Be)

This may seem counter-intuitive but, the first step to creating a great trailer is divorcing yourself from the full length movie. This can be difficult to do, especially if you were involved in making the film. It’s easy to become…

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How To Deal With Client Notes And Changes
  • June 7, 2017

How To Deal With Client Notes And Changes

Let’s be honest. No editor wants to get notes. However, receiving, interpreting and executing notes effectively is one skill that separates professional editors from the amateurs. Let's take a look at some tips for dealing with them. The Amateur Editor's…

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How To Build Anticipation In Your Next Trailer
  • May 23, 2017

How To Build Anticipation In Your Next Trailer

It’s a very simple idea that will govern almost every single aspect of your trailer: nothing should fully resolve. How many trailers have you seen where the main character jumps off of a building or a cliff and, while they’re…

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