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Video Editing

PRAN Media Institute
Video Editing
  • Regular (Monday - Friday)
  • Weekend (Saturday - Sunday)
  • Correspondence
Duration : 3 Months, 6 Months, 1 Year      Eligibility : 10+2
University : » Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar
                      » Mahatma Gandhi University
Video Editing & Sound A career in video editing is an interesting option for creative people who like to work in entertainment and media industry. It is a process of modifying or re-arranging the segments of video from one or more video tapes to create a final piece of video. The complete process of making art aesthetic in visual media is associated with the technique of editing. Video editing plays a significant role in post-production process. The major task of video editor includes editing of soundtracks, video and film for the motion picture and broadcast visual media industries. Video editing is categorised as Linear Editing and Non-Linear Editing or Digital Video Editing. Digital Video Editing involves the use of computer technology for onscreen editing process. In Non-Linear Editing, audio and video data are captured to hard disk and then edited on computer using various softwares.

A career in video editing has become lucrative with the arrival of movie clips and streaming videos in websites. Since this field is highly competitive, the video editors should be ready for tough competition. Growing popularity of online video clips has resulted in increased video editing activities by the internet users. There are numerous job opportunities in video editing throughout the country. The video editors can find the placements in TV and film production studios, advertising and multimedia companies and web design companies. They can work for motion picture studios and with independent production companies. Most of the video editors work on a freelance basis or the short-term contracts for television companies, post-production studios and corporate employers.
  • Editing as an art and craft of film & television presentation.
  • Role of the editor and his relationship with the director.
  • Video editing theory and practice.
  • Film versus video editing.
  • The video cassette recorder and the recording of television programmes.
  • Tape to tape video editing system.
  • Digital-Computer as a tool of editing.
  • Picture transitions.
  • The nature of sound; microphones - their characteristics and application in film and television production.
  • The sound track and sound editing.
  • The sound mixing console, sound, editing and languages dubbing.
  • Sound editing and language dubbing.
  • Extensive practical exercises in sound recording and linear and non-linear editing.