Video process: – capture – import – edit/assembly


Capture can be as simple as taking a photo, or shooting a single video clip.
It can be as complex as setting up multiple cameras with many audio channels from an array of microphones feeding a a multi-channel digital audio mixing unit.
All the capture for a given video editing sequence might come from many different sources at different times – the idea of the “B-roll” for film footage is a good example.

“Non-linear” editing software allows “importing” and pulling all of these pieces together, manipulating them, and assembling them in wonderfully creative ways – all without “cutting” any of the original material!
This is the essence of the ‘post-production’ process – a work of hours, days, or weeks.

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