If you are going to get involved with the task of modifying an audiovisual, you will surely have some basic video editing tips. It is a relatively simple task, but it is good to have some tips in consideration to get the best results. Click here for video production.
Find a program that you feel comfortable with
You can get started with Pinnacle and Ulead Video Studio. In the race Also you can learn to use AVID, Final Cut, Premiere and Sony Vegas. Visit this site for corporate video production.
You can stay with Adobe Premiere because when I tried it; it was the one that seemed more intuitive in its use and the one that gave me the least problems when importing different formats.
The free and basic ones like Movie Maker or iMovie seem very limited, but to start I recommend trying them.
When you are recording, do the white balances correctly, frame, focus well and think about leaving enough air to avoid cuts afterwards, that is, leave enough margins without cutting heads, for example.
Also think about recording a few preliminary and subsequent seconds in each shot to facilitate the entry and exit points when editing or applying transitions.
Do not make plans when you have to edit
Editing video takes time, even if it does not look like it. The approximate calculation that I do, and that works for me, is that one minute of edited video is equivalent to one hour of real-time editing. That is, if you are going to edit a video of three minutes, at a good pace and without counting the touch-up of color, effects, degrees, etc., it will take approximately 3 hours.