In this episode I’m going to talk about how I record videos that require almost zero editing. Because I’ll be honest, if I had to edit all of my videos, I’d never make one.
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I spent a lot of time figuring this out because I knew it would be worth it in the end. I’m going to explain exactly how I do it, and then you can copy me or tweak what I’m doing to suit you best.
Here are some of the common reasons you might need to edit (I know I certainly do these things)
- False start
- Losing your voice or needing to cough or taking a drink break
- Noise interruptions (phone ringing, partner calling for you, loud TV, etc.)
- Orienting yourself after hitting the record button
- Fumbling for the stop button after you’re done
- Losing your place
- Flubbing a line
- Filler word bad habits
Listen now to find out how I’ve solved these problems for myself, plus what tools and tactics I use when I do need to make small edits.
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