No matter how good filming was, editing always have to take place after you finish. However, there are certain things you can do to help make sure that your shot are good to use.
Whenever you start filming always shoot a couple of seconds before you start action and always leave some time after the talking or action finishes. This allows for more flexible editing.
When there is commentary in the film always make sure that it is taken into consideration when determining the length of the shot as well as making sure that it flows naturally with the film. If you don’t consider this you may have pieces that are too short to film.
Always, always have pay attention to what is going on in the background. There may be certain distraction that takes the attention away from the subject and these needs to be removed. A helpful tip for this is paying attention to the background after taking multiple shots.
All of these help to make sure that your video comes out as professional as possible. However, if you want top of the line video editors for your deposition contact McMahon video.