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9 Cuts Every Video Editor Should Know | Filmmaking Tips

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Daniel Moon (6 hours ago)
OMG... Thank you so much for this. Its nice to know the technical terms of these cuts now lol.
Lone Wolf (9 hours ago)
dude..this video was really amazing and informative.
A Day With Ray (2 days ago)
Great advice I hope to make use of it in my new vlog :)
Viva LaS Vlogas (2 days ago)
This was the literally one of the coolest and most helpful videos I’ve ever seen thank you Laz - viva las vlogas
Garon Power (2 days ago)
Super helpful! Thanks. Subscribed!
Star912 (3 days ago)
Love J-cuts!
Ruth Seema (3 days ago)
filmgasmic, that's what this tutorial is
raul torres (3 days ago)
Great advise, thanks for sharing!
Davor Raic (4 days ago)
Good info, a bit poor on examples. Not bad :)
paolo Ceresi (4 days ago)
For a beginner like me this video is Gold! Thank you a lot Sir!
HASAN (5 days ago)
bosgotnojams (6 days ago)
J-cut is sexy
Aziz Videographer (6 days ago)
Very basic but important to know
Super helpful videos...thank you
Kugel (6 days ago)
whats the movie with the girl boxing at 2:16 ?
Moheb Anwari (6 days ago)
how and where did you learned all of this? and how long does it took you to master it?
Kenny Chéry (6 days ago)
Who the hell could dislike this video?! But anyway, it was great for a novice like me! Thanks!
RoadmanRich (8 days ago)
Super helpful, thanks man.
Rei Crystalline (8 days ago)
why did i pay money & bother to study video production in- oh yah running around with cameras and coming up with weird amateur clips that no one gets was a bonding experience. Honestly don't remember a thing i learned. So here i am watching this lovely educationel video.
BaroonzOfficial (9 days ago)
*my favorite match cut* can be found at TIMESTAMP: 1:53 from a video called *'Before The Dark Times'* a little star wars short film someone made. I was really impressed with the editing and flow but what was amazing was this match cut they did with the lightsaber transitioning from father to son in *perfect fluidity. *
Sarvar Irgashev (9 days ago)
What edit software do you use?
Haroun Cherif (9 days ago)
That was interesting! So going to try some of these cuts out in my next movie. :)
Lubomír Novohradský (9 days ago)
I love the way how you said to be creative :). We should not copy, we should create our own cuts/shots!
Bélamusic (10 days ago)
I wanna learn that to make my music more interesting. I wish it was much more easy. I love doing music but editing videos is cancer 🤣
Kamil Samir (10 days ago)
Very thankful for great video, Just wanted to ask you, I would like to translate short videos to my language but mostly videos has music so I want to translate the video and change voice of video but music I don't want to change it. So do you have any tutorials for this? Can you suggest me some video editor software for this? I hope you got my point . Thanks
Robert Mariblanca (11 days ago)
what video editor are you using ?
Josiah Films (11 days ago)
this video and like a million others is the exact reason why you don't need to go film school
Fit'n Fire (11 days ago)
Awesome tips!! Thanks!!!
Music Saves The World (12 days ago)
bang! and thats how it all works. Great video!
JawsTS (12 days ago)
I love match cuts so much
V. Z. (12 days ago)
Dude! I just saved 300 bucks tuition and 4 months. Sweet cut!
Sugar Jets (12 days ago)
Well done. Inspirational. I intend to attempt these ideas into my own vids. Thanks.
Jazzkeller Frankfurt (13 days ago)
Thanks for the explanation :)
UltimateLokal (15 days ago)
Wow i love you thanks for this
Mr Wright Fortnite Pro (15 days ago)
This is a great video full of amazing info. Thank you.
That Dude Cortez (17 days ago)
You earned a sub my good sir!
Catamaran Channel (18 days ago)
You forgot the 2 seconds bs cut. Every pro does it, and if your not doing it, your not a pro. Its where you show a shot for 2 seconds and switch to another for 2 seconds and so on. So you get 60 cuts of 2 seconds making a 2 minute clip where you dont see sh*t. Thats real PRO....because every pro does it ofcourse, otherwise it would be real crap. Peace out!
Henninguns (18 days ago)
Anyone that knows the music from 3:26??
mrzipdisk (18 days ago)
Thanks, Hobo Ryan Gosling.
CJ Basco (18 days ago)
what video editor should i use?
Fragrance with Steve (19 days ago)
“Make your work as weird and original as possible” Subbed right there mate, that line is what YouTube should be about. Being yourself. Too many copying these days
Four Toes (19 days ago)
Awful video, you should have included a clear example of each type of cut, instead you used a poor narrative. This certainly be described as a "tutorial"
Agrajag68 (19 days ago)
That was insanely helpful. I have a lot of video a friend shot of a local drift race group. This helped me find a way to make it interesting to watch.
Anthony Francis-Jones (19 days ago)
Fantastic - thanks for this. As a beginner I find you go for what looks or sounds right and you end up 'inventing' some of this stuff - good to see it formalised here though.
Jeffrey Spinner (20 days ago)
This video should be made illegal! Each time you mentioned a technique my little brain accessed every instance I've seen it done, and put it in a bin. I'm so tired right now. Warning: your brain may do exhaustive searches while watching this video. Uh oh, it's still going in the background...
Charles Macro (20 days ago)
Good vid but more examples. You totally left out any form of an example for one or two which doesn't really help those who are visual or some who just need to see a demonstration. Good vid for the most part tho.
Do you have other videos explaining more details individually ?
Bored Progression (21 days ago)
I've used every single one of these, but didn't realize they had names. Cool.
Fashion & Film (21 days ago)
weird and og is me haha~ good video
The Meejah Channel (22 days ago)
"Make your work as original and weird as possible". Love this advice, although I think I'm probably already weird by nature ;)
Good video
No Porto (22 days ago)
This is actually really good value, thanks!
Jordan woodworking (23 days ago)
Match cut is something I would like to do more but is more difficult than it seems. Thanks for sharing
Mike Arnold (23 days ago)
Great advice, thank you so much for sharing.
Café com Rafa (24 days ago)
Very nice
diromiz (24 days ago)
0:27 You look so proud.
Alex Santanna (24 days ago)
Hello, your videos have helped me a lot, thank you very much. I have a course and I interview guests, I want to film the complete picture (me and the guest) and in the post production make cuts only on me and the guest as if I had 3 cameras. To do this I imagine that recording should have a great quality and so I imagine it should be 4k, right? Which one cheap do you think: lumix g7 or m50?
SHacz Lee (25 days ago)
What software is used to edit ?
Pseudo Prophet (26 days ago)
Hey man, see that overlay at the start with all the squiggly writing. What is that? I’ve been trying to find it for a while. Can you point me in the direction for similar overlays. ..like what’s the name for it?
2TEN90 Brewing (26 days ago)
Stumbled upon your page and absolutely love the content. Thanks so much. As we are growing our channel we are working harder and harder to up our editing and I learned a lot from this. Thanks so much and keep up the good work. Subbed and looking forward to viewing more. Cheers from Baltimore!
Axel Rigaud (26 days ago)
Wow what's that background video from the cutaway title screen ? It looks fantastic.
Cillian Domican (27 days ago)
Good video.
Prashant Bhalla (27 days ago)
I knew the all cuts just because of my skills but didn't know the name of all cuts.. Thanks for sharing to clear about cuts name..
can someone tell me wich kind of letters is he using pleaseee
Liam Martin (27 days ago)
Where do you live? City wise
LexieLoo - Roblox (27 days ago)
Wow these are amazing tips! Ill be sure to try the out. Thanks!
Amogh Nadgouda (28 days ago)
Nika Bukova (28 days ago)
Thank you, you've saved me a lot of time!
Les Keller (28 days ago)
Great. Thank you.
Late Night Lip Sync (28 days ago)
Wow, great advice! Well put together and loved the examples.
Omar B. Rimawi (29 days ago)
I don't know what video everyone complaining was watching but everything was crystal clear when I saw this. I use these, but I didn't know they had names until now. Solid video!
Addicted to Profit (29 days ago)
great stuff for a terrible editor like me i barely learned how to merge videos lol
Cheers man
This is make sens , nice vid bro 😀
Old Toys Live On (29 days ago)
Great ideas! I'm a newbie so I only grasped parts of this, maybe a baby step example for people like me. Thanks
Denmark Severino (30 days ago)
well explained
Saski KR (1 month ago)
giving away all my secrets...
Very helpful thank you!
101AOK (1 month ago)
I didn't know you guys did tutes… I signed up a while ago to Shutter but the big "C" knocked me down. Getin back on the horse. I do most of my stills raw. Couldn't stay with digital Jpgs. . When you grew up on film, Kodachrome slides hand held meters...one got excited when compressed digitals came out but tired of that quick when you found your black shades weren't deep black and you could not dig out certain things forensically because of their limits from being pushed so to speak. Nice offering here and no jackin around. I see below where I'm typing rt now and the replier Johnny Smith writes.."An actual sample of each of the cuts would’ve been nice. …" HUH? Was I getting a flash back from all the dark room fumes in the 70's. Could swear you did immediate examples for all of them, one after the other. OK I will ….S*#^ F*#+:
JPT VIDEOS 4-U (1 month ago)
Very helpful, I loved it and now am gonna try too
Erik Rummel (1 month ago)
I’m new to editing so thanks for the quick example of Jcuts Lcuts, and match cuts. I had literally never heard of them before but now I wanna try them!!!! As soon as I figure out how to do them in Final Cut Pro 👍🏻
Danil Kece 77 (1 month ago)
So cool editing
NPC 10010011666 (1 month ago)
i used the L cut alot then in my senior film on one scene. Mainly to get his reaction before responding. is that normal?
Mike D. (1 month ago)
Thank you! So cool to just break it all down like this
Kelapa Tua (1 month ago)
What effect u using during 0:52 ?
SaiCo Social (1 month ago)
Awesome description vid. Super helpful with when creating story board. Thx 4 sharing
Karim Younes (1 month ago)
Damn u sexy af bro
filmbewerking (1 month ago)
very usefull video, thanx
Cosmic Capybara (1 month ago)
The dancing ladies title made me laugh
Marlon Ladd (1 month ago)
Good vid! I actually use all of those cuts, but didn't know the names of most of them.
Moeye (1 month ago)
Couldn't muster the patience to watch through it.
Julie Heck (1 month ago)
nice vid dude
Carlo Grotti Trevisan (1 month ago)
Very good list! :) I've study in academy, and this is a very good list! ps I don't like the jump cut :D
Captain Slocum (1 month ago)
It's hard to get the balance between long winded (most of the instructional videos out there) and being too curt, but this gets that balance well. It's as good as Ripple Training's short videos and that's high praise from me.
Duane Toops (1 month ago)
Great info! Thanks so much! Definitely going to be experimenting with some of these!
Farm Alarm (1 month ago)
Thanks 👍👍👍👍🌋🌋🌋
Small Kid - Big Tech (1 month ago)
Nice video. Ty
Fabian Filmt (1 month ago)
What is the Name of the first Song in the Video ? :) I Love it
Voltar Bear (1 month ago)
First video of yours I watched and I subbed. Tutorial looks beautiful, love the examples and it's just incredibly tight and engaging.
Jack Donaghy (1 month ago)
Nice! More examples!!!!🤡

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