Establishing a solid workflow can help eliminate wasted time, make you more profitable, and result in a better product.
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Whether you are a solo act, or working on a production team, acquisition is a pretty straight-forward process. The goal is to make sure you have everything you need to get the job done.
Organization is a key component for streamlining your edit workflow, and having the right procedures in place will help you stay focused on creating the best project possible.
Whether it's video shot on location, or original audio from an actors performance, these things are irreplaceable. Backing up all your assets is an essential part of every workflow.
As higher resolutions and bitrates push the limits, and new formats pop up to challenge our systems and software, you may need to transcode your footage to make it compatible with your system.
Working with raw files may be slightly more complicated, but it's a small price to pay for the extra control you'll get.
There is no one size fits all workflow for every editor and project. Choosing the right workflow can help save time and result in the best end product.
Before you start laying footage on your timeline, there are some pre-edit tasks that can help streamline your workflow. Narrow down your footage to the good stuff and save yourself time when you finally get started.
Video workflows can vary for each project you do. Find what works best for your project to best most efficient and create the best possible end product.
The right steps for great editing are not always the same, but following the path of experienced editors is a great place to start your workflow.