With translation, your films and videos, or those of your clients, can reach an international audience using dubbing or subtitles. For some of you out there in the Production Hub world, adding translation services can mean another stream of income. It also means that you can become a one-stop shop.
Greg Ball has been editing for over 25 years, and offers remote editing services nationally. Prior to starting this company, Greg was the Manager of Worldwide Video Communications for Burger King World Headquarters. He's considered an expert at video production for business, events, training, and medical purposes. He is the founder and President of Ball Media Innovations, a full-service Miami video production company serving from Miami to Orlando. His company also offers national service for explainer videos, video/film translation (dubbing and subtitles), and video studio design and building. To contact Greg, call 954-432-1274, or email email@example.com. To see his editing reel, visit https://www.ballmediainnovations.com/professional-editing-services-post-production-editing-company/
In part 1, we discussed how to choose the right editor for your project. In this article we’ll discuss how to work with your editor. This will include: Ways to lower your editing costs. Tactics to improve the chances your edited video will be all that you’re hoping for.
In the past there have been many good reasons why someone might choose to hire or work with a remote editor, however during the time of Covid-19 it’s become more of a necessity. If you’re planning on working with an off-site editor, there are some things you can do that will: