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Introducing Frame.io Enterprise
The 3 Principles Behind a Story-Driven PBS Documentary

PBS editor Steve Audette, ACE gives the essential ingredients for a compelling documentary and explains how he crafts a character-driven narrative.

Finding the Flow: A Musical Approach to Cutting Documentaries

Documentary editor and director Bill Weber shares how a love for the Doors and the Grateful Dead contributed to his editing style.

Working with Proxy Media in Avid

Avid Media Composer makes working with high-resolution video as painless as possible by the use of intermediate codecs and proxy media.

Jump from Assistant to Lead Editor, from the Co-editor of Dr. Strange

The co-editor of “Dr. Strange,” Sabrina Plisco, shares about her nearly 30 years in the business and how she made the jump from assistant to lead.

Better Call Saul Editor Chris McCaleb Welcomes Mistakes

Accidents are surprisingly important in art. Better Call Saul editor Chris McCaleb shares insight on the value of mistakes made during production.

FRONTLINE Documentary Editor Steve Audette on Engaging Your Audience

Veteran FRONTLINE editor Steve Audette, ACE shares how he crafts compelling stories with integrity, that people will actually want to watch.

How the Doctor Strange Co-Editors Built a Team Dynamic

Sharing the editing role can be a wonderfully creative experience, or a tense, awkward one. Sabrina Plisco shares her experience on several major films.

How To Edit With Silence, From TV Editor Chris McCaleb

Better Call Saul editor Chris McCaleb explains how to use silence in an edit instead of cutting around the dialogue to get into the heads of your characters

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Why SNL Editor Adam Epstein Recommends Setting Insane Deadlines

As the editor for the Saturday Night Live Film Unit, Adam Epstein’s regular schedule is as hectic as it gets. Adam started at SNL in 2009 and has spent the last eight years feeding off that fast-paced energy to hone his skills and develop extremely efficient workflows. In Adam’s case, he had no choice but […]