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This kind of data is actually remarkably hard to come by. There are a few industry reports available for thousands of dollars, but the best free resource I could find when I was searching was an informal poll that Dave Dugdale did. It was an imperfect test by his own admission because it allowed both voting up and voting down, but it gives at least some ...


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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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The price what you as a videographer can ask per hour depends on a supply demand market. You could ask at least more then the minimum wage. This is how I calculate price per hour. equipment_costs = total_value_of_used_equipment/((8736/10)/3) price_per_hour = (minimum_wage_per_hour + workexperience_in_years) + equipment_costs 8763 is the total hours in ...


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BEFORE I would say onetruemedia.com It HAD a great online video editor, but that was bought out by disney and then shut down. (Disney just wanted the tools in one of their software bundles) Currently I would say videotoolbox.com Not the most intuitive, actually a very poor user interface. But it has the crop feature you are looking for, not easy to find. ...



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