A Video Editor puts footage together during the creation of television, films, advertisements or other video productions. You’ll make decisions about what footage to use and which parts to edit out. Video Editors might also include audio, graphics, music or special effects in their productions. You’ll work closely with other members of a production crew and may work to a production brief.
To be a Video Editor you’ll need to be able to work quickly and make creative decisions. It’s important that you can use a range of editing software and equipment and work as part of a larger production team. Depending on your role, you may be required to work irregular hours or on weekends. Video Editors should be able to understand what is required for each project and be able to liaise with clients or directors.
There are 1 courses available for people who want to become a Video Editor.