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Editors working on video should expect to work on sound, special effects and arranging the images captured by filmmakers or production teams.  If you have an interest in how TV and motion pictures are made you should consider a degree in Film and Video.  A degree is an important step in gaining skills and industry knowledge needed for a career in Film and Video.

What Classes are Important to an Editor?

Many Film and Video degrees will have introductory classes that provide historical industry information. This can be an informative and interesting transition into more technical and skills based classes.  Completing skills based classes will show a basic understanding of multiple programs and methods for creatively working on projects.  A degree in Film and Video will show an understanding of the entire professional process of production, as well as the tools need to complete projects as an Editor. After graduation Editors will have an understanding of programs such as Final Cut Pro, Avid, Adobe After Effects, Pro Tools and many more.

What Happens after Graduation?

Opportunities for editors are available in television, video, and motion pictures.  Film and Video is a competitive market but those who are skilled and creative should show samples of professional quality work, to gain the best chance of success. The Bureau of Labor Statistics shows the number of Film Editing jobs will grow from 25,000 to 28,600 that an increase of 12% in the next ten years. Remember, Film and Video is a visual industry, which makes it important to compile a sample of your best work to show during interviews, this sample is referred to as a Reel.

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