In the following video, I talk this week about my Video Editing Process here at Capture Memories on Video. After all of the on-location filming has been completed for the senior citizen event, in-home care agency, assisted living facility, or nursing home, it's time to head to the editing station. That's where all of the footage is broken down, to create the overall story for your event, ceremony, or project.
This process can take, from a couple of weeks to many months. That depends on how much footage was captured and how you want the event to be shown on video. In my previous blog post, I wrote about documentary-style video versus cinematic style video. Since I enjoy capturing all of the details of an event, I prefer to use the documentary style for services and ceremonies. If I am at a party or wedding anniversary, I will still use documentary style, but add more moments of music and highlights of the event when there is no talking or hosting moments.
Ultimately, my goal is to film your event, ceremony, or project and get right into editing mode. I usually have a turn-around time of one to two weeks! All of my editing is done using Adobe Premiere Pro. I have been using this software for the past 6+ years and it gives me everything I need to manage color-correcting, sound editing, and editing the footage itself. The footage is then exported into a viewable file, so that I can put it on your customized DVDs or to provide online streaming, if applicable.
Personally, I like receiving anything that I order, fast! So I am on board with getting all of my video production jobs done with quality and that same timeliness in mind.