Video editing is the process of re-arranging or modifying segments of video to form a separate piece of video. The goal of video editing is to remove unwanted footage and isolate the desired footage. Two methods of video editing are linear and non-linear.
Linear editing is the process of selecting, arranging and modifying the images and sounds onto a video source from another video source, such as a video camera, or computer graphics program. In today’s age, linear editing is widely considered to be obsolete, or at least primitive. However, some still prefer this form of editing.
Non-linear video editing is when video and audio are captured to a hard disk or other digital storage device. The data is recorded directly from a camera or is imported from another source such as tape. Once imported they can be edited by a computer using a wide range of software.
Power Line Multi-Media uses all media formats. We use Mac-based computer with Apple’s Final Cut Pro for all non-linear editing.
We can transfer video from old tape formats such as Betamax, 8MM or VHS and put them onto a more modern format such as DVD.
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