Video editing is the process of manipulating and rearranging video shots to create a new work. Editing is usually considered to be one part of the post-production process — other post-production tasks include titling, color correction, sound mixing, etc.
Many people use the term editing to describe all their post-production work, especially in non-professional situations. Whether or not you choose to be picky about terminology is up to you. In this tutorial, we are reasonably liberal with our terminology and we use the word editing to mean any of the following:
Rearranging, adding, and/or removing sections of video clips and/or audio clips.
Applying color correction, filters, and other enhancements.
Creating transitions between clips.
The Goals of Editing
There are many reasons to edit a video and your editing approach will depend on the desired outcome. Before you begin you must clearly define your editing goals, which could include any of the following:
Remove unwanted footage
This is the simplest and most common task in editing. Many videos can be dramatically improved by simply getting rid of the flawed or unwanted bits.
Choose the best footage
It is common to shoot far more footage than you actually need and choose only the best material for the final edit. Often you will shoot several versions (takes) of a shot and choose the best one when editing.
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