• Brandon Plantz

Dave and Makala's Videos Don't Match

In a time when employees are working from home and producing work-related videos on their phones, there is bound to be issues when trying to compile their video footage into one cohesive video.

Some potential "matching" problems: fluctuating sound levels, various lighting colors, and a diversity of framing choices. If these incoherency issues are ignored by an editor... your corporate video will be quite unpleasant to watch as a viewer.

However, a professional editor can do a lot of magic with mixed footage. Tricks like reframing, matching the lighting, smoothing out the sound, creating appealing transitions, and much more can be accomplished with little budget investment.

Bottom Line: A professional video editor can bring unity and style to your company's assortment of videos.

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