April 17, 2019, 06:23 AM
With software suites continually offering an expanded toolsets and features, it can be easy to overlook the foundations of what makes a good edit. A good edit tells a story, a good edit has rhythm, and a good edit is invisible. No amount of visual trickery will disguise a bad cut and advances in hover-scrub technology will not correct poor rhythm and visual discontinuity.
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