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Video Editing Training News

Video Editing Training News from American Graphics Institute.

How to learn video editing

  • Published on July 1, 2020
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Whether you want to learn video editing for a career change, as a hobby, or as a side career, there are a number of ways to learn video editing including courses, university programs, and online training. If you are seeking to enter the video editing industry, now is a good time as the video editing industry is projected to grow in the coming years.  Here are several ways to begin learning video editing:

How to start a video editing career

  • Published on June 19, 2020
start a video editing career by learning Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Final Cut Pro

There are several ways to start a video editing career. The first step generally involves learning the tools most commonly used in the craft, such as Premiere Pro or Final Cut, and as well as learning the craft of video editing. After gaining confidence in their ability to work with video editing tools, it is possible to pursue paid work. Finding clients in need of video editors can be achieved in a variety of ways.

Video editing job projections and career outlook

  • Published on June 15, 2020

The job projections for video editors is quite good, with video editing jobs projected to grow 14% through 2028, faster than most other professions and the carer outlook for video editors in the United States is positive.

Should you learn Final Cut or Premiere Pro for video editing

  • Published on June 8, 2020
Image showing video editing app when deciding whether to learn Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro for video editing.

Those looking to start into video editing are faced with a choice of whether to learn Final Cut or Premiere Pro for video editing. The debate over which app is best for the work of video editors primarily involves two applications: Apple Final Cut and Adobe Premiere Pro. These have become the most widely used desktop video editing apps. Both have evolved into professional tools with features and capabilities to meet the needs of professional video editors.

Do you need a video editing degree or certificate

  • Published on June 4, 2020
Image showing video editing app used by thos with video editing degrees or certificates.

Those looking to work in the field of digital video often ask if they need a video editing degree or certificate to be considered for a job. To get a leg up in an expanding, competitive industry, many wonder where to begin learning the basics of video editing and what it takes to get a foot in the door as a video editor. Here, we explore the impacts of video editing degrees and certificates and their role on gaining a video editing job.