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Video Editing

Video editing refers to the processes of selecting and combining multiple video clips (and other media) and ordering to create a new product. Media assets that play a role in this process often include video footage (i.e., shots taken during the production phase), audio (i.e., speech, music, sound effects), superimposed text (i.e., titles/subtitles known as supers), photos, computer graphics, animation, and more. Besides clips arrangement and resequencing, editing usually involves corrective and/or restorative processing (i.e., color adjustments, audiovisual enhancement, filtering/noise removal) as well as creative and aesthetical treatment, where artistic filters, transitions, and various effects are combined. Hence, video editing encompasses audio editing, photography, graphic design, video processing, and other elements that constitute the core postproduction phase. Its goal is the creation of the desired ...

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