Offline vs Online Editing
The video production process involves several stages, including pre-production, production, and post-production. In post-production, the editing process is where the footage is pieced together to create a compelling story.
The Editing Process
The editing process is a critical stage in video production that involves offline editing and online editing.
Offline editing is the first stage of the editing process, where the goal is to create a “draft cut” of the footage. Using low-quality files, editors work on determining the sequence of shots and telling the story. This stage is where the magic begins, as the editor pieces together the footage to create a story that will captivate the audience.
- Focuses on the Strcuture/Timing/Pacing of the video
- Includes Graphics placeholders.
- Basic Colour Grading without Refinement.
Online editing is the final stage of the editing process. Here, editors use high-quality footage to create a polished final product. They begin with the EDL from the offline editing process and work on enhancing the story by adding final touches. This stage is where the story truly comes to life, and the audience is captivated by the visuals, sound, and emotions.
- Mastering of the video
- Subtitles, Motion Graphics Lower thirds or Supers
- Colour Grading with refinement
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