Asked • 05/29/19

Effective working at audio/video editing sessions (avoid fatigue making steady progress)?

**Background**I've just completed an editing project to produce video highlights of an awards evening for my local community radio station. It was a voluntary non-paid project and I'm very pleased the results I achieved - and more importantly, the station are very pleased with it too. But, as with many other previous projects, have found editing can be tiring at times. I have a full time job in computing but unrelated to video editing (funds all the software and equipment that I learnt this stuff on!) and usual housekeeping commitments so I had to produce this work from a number of sessions, some into the early hours. When I know I have to resume the work to get it done I procrastinate and do other jobs sometimes before I finally get in the zone, once in the zone I get frustrated when I have to stop to meet other commitments: sleep, work etc.Any top tips to bear in mind for a future project?

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David A. answered • 09/23/19

30 years experience. Professor at University of Las Vegas Film School

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