Video editing has become a staple of the modern video production world.
With video software being so accessible and inexpensive, it’s no surprise that many people have started using these tools to create content. However, while you may feel like you’re in uncharted territory when it comes to creating videos with this new technology, there are some standard clichés that we’ve all seen before – even if we didn’t know they were cliches! In this post, I’ll be going over 10 Reddit cliches about video editing software and what to do instead.
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What to do instead: Create a blog post, create an online course or video series about it, or list them in your portfolio on Linkedin and explain briefly what you can offer with these skills.