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How to Edit Videos That People Want To Watch

By: Rachel Bastarache Bogan
Narrated by: Sandra Murphy
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Go beyond what buttons to push on your computer and what trendy effects to use in your videos. Transform your editing with skills that you can apply to any project, no matter what software program you use. 

Whether you run a video production studio or you’re an independent freelancer, a YouTuber, or an in-house content creator, this short, easy-to-listen-to and easy-to-apply book will give you the tools you need to assemble your videos quickly and powerfully. Apply these skills whether you’re editing videos for web, social media, corporate businesses, or nonprofits. Discover why an edit point works or doesn’t, what kinds of edits to use, when to cut your footage to the best advantage, where to use effects and transitions, and how to weave everything together into a compelling story for your audience. Learn how to cut and make videos that keep your viewers engaged and watching until the very last frame.

©2017 Rachel Bogan (P)2018 Rachel Bogan

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Great, but far too short

At just under 90 minutes, I thought the audiobook was far too short. Then, at the end, I understood why... it seems to be a precursor to a larger pitch complete with rates, etc. That said, it was one of the better editing related books I've encountered so far. If the author wrote another book I'd certainly consider it again, although it would have to be longer.

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beginner no fluff

one of the reviewers said that there was a plug at the end. this is one of the softest plugs that I've ever seen the person offers to help you edit video for free. I liked reading this and I'll be listening to it again there was no fluff. it is very basic material what cuts you use in what sequences how to think about doing multiple music tracks and cutting them together and it's a little on the basic side but you knew that because it's only an hour and a half long.

there is a lightning round of editing tips in the epilogue and in it there are things like buy a better computer, get a faster hard drive, organize your files, name your files, and set yourself a time limit for how long you're going to spend on each project.

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Valuable Content

This tiny book gave me immense insight for editing my projects--short and long. Thank you for sharing your knowledge us Ms. Bogan!

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little gem

I won't claim to be coming from any level of experience, nor should I need to. I expected very little from this and got wowed. It actually is exactly what I needed to hear. If any statement could be applied the viewpoints of what one may wish to call common sense, then this will support or contrast your views. Many of the points are not what I would imagine to be "common sense" and you'd waist plenty of internet search time trying to compile a how-to of such technique. If you are listening, you are bound to learn something. It's short and inexpensive - You're not going to lose your backside here, and I'm telling you... I really like it.