this is what you do!
• An editor has a strong feeling for pace, rhythm and storytelling.
• An editor’s skill determines the quality and delivery of the final product.
• An editor plays a influential role and is often involved with editorial and selection issues.
• An editor reorders and tweaks content to produce a smooth and logical sequence of material.
• An editor acts as a fresh pair of eyes on shot material.
• An editor has to adapt built-in skills to deal with a wide variety of different programme styles.
• An editor searches through tons of footage and puts together those clips that best tells the story.
• An editor has to produce a result that will hold the viewers’ attention.
• An editor will work independently, freeing up the time of directors and producers.
• An editor has to operate equipment that is sometimes complex and technical.
• An editor has to mix and balance sound.
• An editor has to be creative with multiple layers of video.
• An editor has to be able to manipulate music performance in many different styles.
• An editor has to have the patience of a saint and the social skills of a perfect host.
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