The world of video editing can be a scary place if you are new to it. This guide will walk you through some everyday video editing terms and concepts that will be useful for any new editor.
This is not a comprehensive guide by any stretch of the imagination and is not meant to replace traditional training. This is a supplemental, super high-level guide and hopefully a step in the right direction for anyone new to video editing.
A Short Guide for Common Terms Video Editors Should Know
The guide is a 1-page PDF and contains information about the most popular video editing programs, defines common transitions, explains jargon and other video industry-specific terms, and gives you a handful of essential pro tips for video editing.
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This is really good stuff! Keep it coming and thank you for writing this down and helping others learn!
Thanks, Todd! I really appreciate your kind words and you reading what I create. Cheers!