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Editing is the process of selecting and preparing written, visual, audible, and film media used to convey information through the processes of correction, condensation, organization, and other modifications performed with an intention of producing a correct, consistent, accurate, and complete work.
The editing process often begins with the author’s idea for the work itself, continuing as a collaboration between the author and the editor as the work is created. As such, editing is ...

Camtasia Studio 7 Video Editing & Screencasting Software Review

Camtasia Studio 7 Video Editing & Screencasting Software Review

Video is becoming such an important part of web content that we're seeing individuals and groups of all skill levels jumping into video creation and video marketing. So while Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere Pro may be dominant video editing software choices for professionals, …

Swimmers Get Web Video Coaching & Instruction Through New Stroke Lab

Swimmers Get Web Video Coaching & Instruction Through New Stroke Lab

FINIS is a company based in Northern California that provides swimming equipment, clothing, and accessories, and their latest venture in the life aquatic is web video instruction, whereby swim coaches can shoot video of their athletes, upload the video to the site, and add commentary …

Legally Using Copyrighted Music On Youtube – The Reel Web #10

Legally Using Copyrighted Music On Youtube   The Reel Web #10

This week our look at the Reel Web includes several stories surrounding YouTube, specially how users can now create videos in the cloud with WeVideo's cloud-based video editing software. Just upload your video clips, edit them the way you like — complete with titles, transitions …

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up – Video + Social Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Video + Social Edition

This week's round up of the online video news highlights includes a little extra dose of the social. Many video experts agree that social enhancements and integration could be the next great evolution for online video as a format. Of course, we also saved room …

Full Video Editing On YouTube Finally Arrives With WeVideo Integration

Full Video Editing On YouTube Finally Arrives With WeVideo Integration

We told you all about WeVideo last month, with a detailed look at their cloud-based, collaboration-friendly video editing system. But now the whole world is about to get an up close and personal look at WeVideo, as YouTube has integrated it right into the YouTube …

Adobe MAX 2011 Offers Glimpse Into Video Meshes, Synchronized Crowdsouced Video

Adobe MAX 2011 Offers Glimpse Into Video Meshes, Synchronized Crowdsouced Video

At Adobe MAX 2011, Adobe showed off some really interesting stuff that the upcoming versions of their software will be able to do including video meshes, an entirely new way to edit videos, and synchronized crowdsource video.

How To Shoot A Fight Scene & Practical Muzzle Flash Effects–Film Riot Video Production Tutorials

How To Shoot A Fight Scene & Practical Muzzle Flash Effects  Film Riot Video Production Tutorials

Fighting should be an easy thing to capture on film, right?  You just get a couple of guys fake punch each other in the face and have them react like a real punch just connected, with heads flying in the opposite direction.  Well, it shouldn't …

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up – Google Plus Stampede Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Google Plus Stampede Edition

Seems like just a handful of major companies dominated the past week in online video. There were numerous stories and opinions about the public launch of Google Plus. Netflix prompted headlines galore with a huge announcement, and questions continued to surround the possible sale and …

Cloud-Based Video Editing & YouTube Tips – The Reel Web #5

Cloud Based Video Editing & YouTube Tips   The Reel Web #5

Welcome to this week's episode of The Reel Web, ReelSEO's weekly video series covering the latest online video news, opinions, rumors, and production tips. This week's episode includes stories on cloud-based video editing, tips for filming prank videos and choosing the right YouTube Channel, and …

A Review of “Losses” – An Independent Short Film by Film Riot’s Ryan Connolly

A Review of Losses   An Independent Short Film by Film Riots Ryan Connolly

Film Riot host Ryan Connolly got to test drive one of Hollywood's newest toys, the RED Epic camera, and played around with it for a couple of episodes.  But then, Connolly had to face stupid reality again when the time came for him to give …

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