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Christmas Gift Ideas for Editors

December 5, 2017 @ 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM PST

With the Holiday Season fast approaching the Editblog’s long running 
Christmas Gift Ideas for the Editor column is adding a webinar to it’s yearly update. Join Editblog’s (and editor) Scott Simmons as he looks at some of the best gift ideas for the video editor from years past and presents new ideas for 2017.

– A list of items editors can pass along to ones they love

– Hardware to make life easier (and things you might not buy yourself)

– Software to speed up the post-production process

– Trinkets, gadgets and toys to liven up any edit suite

Presenter

Scott Simmons

Scott Simmons has spent over a decade working in the field of film and video post-production. While Scott is a trained and experienced Avid editor, being an early adopter of Final Cut Pro allowed him to spend nearly 8 of those years as a freelance editor working in Nashville, Tennessee on projects ranging from music videos and concerts to commercials and corporate videos to documentaries and television programs.

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