When it comes to video editing, editors and videographers are often fussy about the software they use. Too often, editors either stick to only Adobe Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro X. While these top-tier editing programs are undoubtedly feature-rich and worth the splurge, they're not very cost-effective for aspiring editors.
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From layering clips to customizing music and titles to doing color correction and color grading, and all the way down to rendering and exporting your finished product, you'll learn everything there is to know to do your best work using one of the most underrated editing programs out there.
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