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Ignore the tools, understand the techniques first There are a few books I can recommend. Cut by Cut, 2nd edition: Editing Your Film or Video by Gael Chandler Covers all the basics for video editing and more. A wonderful overview of the edit workflow. How to Shoot Video That Doesn't Suck: Advice to Make Any Amateur Look Like a Pro by Steve Stockman Even ...


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We have over 30 video editing suites in our company. The majority currently have Avid Media Composer, and a few using Final Cut Pro. Both of these would be good to learn as they are widely used in video post-production around the world, and rather more commonly than the Adobe products. I believe Media Composer is now available through monthly subscription, ...



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