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That sounds like horrible advice. I’ve never worked with in-camera edits, but it sounds like something you can’t undo when you’re editing. Therefore, it dramatically reduces flexibility. I doubt it saves time in post either. Takes me about half a second to add a fade-to-black to a clip in Final Cut. Im sure the same goes for any other editing program.