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Thanks for your comments, Jim. Sorry to hear about the inopportune demise of your JVC camera.

Here are the TOP 10 REASONS TO ATTEND A CONFERENCE ON VIDEO EDITING:

#10: "I’m using Windows Movie Maker version 1.0. Do other editing programs even exist?"

#9: "I have 4 hours and 22 minutes of raw footage of our vacation. Maybe I’ll just leave it like it is when we show it to family."

#8: "Who needs editing? My camera does it all."

#7: "I forgot to shut off the camera. It taped for an hour before the battery went dead. Is there some way to remove that footage?"

#6: "Hmmm…. should I use my digital video camera to shoot this? Or dust off the old 8mm movie camera?"

#5: "I want to make a music video. The music will be all four movements of Beethoven’s Symphony #9."

#4: "I’m thinking of making a video using nothing but still pictures. The problem is, I only have two still pictures."

#3: "My editing software has 99 video tracks and 99 audio tracks. I think it would be neat to use them all in the same video."

#2: "The opening credits in my video last longer than the video content itself. Is that OK?"

And the number 1 reason to attend a conference on video editing:

#1: "You mean 42 assorted transition styles in a 4-minute video is too many?"

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