#VidHuddle: Editing On a Budget
Affordable and cheap are two different things. You can have a great video without sacrificing quality. You can keep it affordable by using stock, or learning to tricks to streamline the process. Video editing isn't always easy when you have a tight budget. Here are some tips discussed on #VidHuddle to help you keep your video within budget.
Q1: What are your favorite resources for video editing?
Q2: What tools do you use when crafting a budget for a video editing project?
Number of revisions always good to include. And advice to client to compile many notes instead of trickling them in slowly. #VidHuddle
Q3: How can you estimate the cost of a new editing project?
A3: Track your time to aid future estimates, figure out if you're using new footage or stock, determine VFX, and # of revisions #VidHuddle
Q4: What are the best resources for affordable stock video & photo?
A4: This guy has some good 4K Red stock footage for free. I've used a lot, though I squeeze down to 1080 http://mitchmartinez.com/free-4k-red-epic-stock-footage/ … #vidhuddle
Q5: How do you manage client expectations on a budget?
Always giving client 110% is both reward and punishment. Guess that's what happens when art is your business #VidHuddle
Q6: What editing tips do you have for making affordable video?
A6: Ignore small things like color and other fine details until you're confident with the big stuff. Do fine tune passes last #VidHuddle
Our next #VidHuddle chat is on 4/24, and it's all about camera recommedations.