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Section 5: Editing

05. Adding some action to the video

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Starting with the Basics

One of the first steps many take in the editing process is to cover cuts with B-roll. For those unaware, B-roll refers to the supplemental footage intercut with the main shot in an interview or documentary.

Don't dread the editing process. With the right approach, it can become significantly manageable.

Adding Life to your Clips

Want to infuse some life into your B-roll clips? There are simple ways to make them more interesting; for instance, you can choose to animate them. However, this may depend on your personal style. Remember that there's no one-size-fits-all approach to video editing. So, if you prefer your B-roll clips without animations, that's perfectly fine! What's important is finding an editing style that suits you.

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