I am a professional video editor with 20+ years of experience in editing promotional videos, trailers, music videos, corporate events, documentaries, presentations, and other project types in different fields. Having a formal education in the music field (I am a Juilliard graduate) combined with my technological skills, I can edit effectively and artistically musical events that were filmed with either a single camera or multiple cameras. I work closely with the director or the customer who is in charge of the project, to achieve top-quality results.
I am now able to offer remote video editing services for clients who would have typically come to my studio in the past to work with me in person. I am now able, with free screen-sharing software, to work on your editing project securely where you can see my screen in real-time using your home computer.
This allows me to make camera angle changes, add titles, and any other editing-project requirement with your supervision. If you have a reliable internet connection on your end, you will enjoy smooth, real-time performance. You will also be able to hear the audio track played back on your computer. Files can be shared using Google Drive, Dropbox or other file sharing services as I have done in the past, with very fast turnarounds due to my gigabit internet connection. For more information, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I can deliver the final, edited footage on a file-sharing cloud service such as Google Drive or Dropbox, as well as physical media such as a USB flash drive or hard drive. The edited footage is then ready for uploading to YouTube or any other online video sharing service, as well as social media platforms. I also offer professional DVD, Blu-ray Disc and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray menu design, encoding and authoring services suitable for commercial release and worldwide distribution. Read more about my post production services.
To meet my customers' requirements, I use the following video editing software: Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Final Cut Pro, and Final Cut Pro X.
Shown below are three examples of edited videos: the one on the left is a 10-minute promotional video that was edited from a 90-minute live concert. The middle one is an edited version of a live presentation using a PowerPoint presentation. In this case, I replaced the projected slides (that were filmed optically) with the actual PowerPoint slides taken from the PowerPoint file and used split screens when needed. The one on the right is a 4-minute trailer to promote the introduction of a new DVD/Blu-ray Disc commercial release. In this case, I edited the footage of five cameras and created all the post-production items such as DVD/Blu-ray Disc Menu Design, Encoding, Authoring and Mastering - these tasks were required to duplicate the discs in large quantities.
Contact me to discuss your video editing project and/or to get a quote.