You'll avoid the time and expense of creating a team in-house, and you'll have the advantages of ready communications and customer service compared to many freelancers. But one potential stumbling block can be communicating in the language of video, especially if you're not familiar with the field. We've put together a quick list of popular video editing terminologies that will help you communicate more effectively while outsourcing your animation and video editing projects.
Video editing is a term that can cover a lot of ground, including the actual arrangement of clips to create the video, plus effects that may be added during the video editing process.
One of the key elements of the editing process is determining what kinds of transitions will be employed to move from one clip to another. These are some of the most common terms for transitions you'll hear discussed by video editors.
Effects are an important part of the video editing process. They're often generically lumped under the term "post-production."
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