When it comes to making bespoke videos, editing is quite rightly an essential factor. Post production editing sets the scene and allows the clips to come together to make an interesting story. In many cases a script is given to one of our editors on how the client would like the video to be produced, and it is then in the editors hands to create a video that sets the scene and flows, whilst taking into account the requirements of the project.
We do lots of editing work here at Cypher. Sometimes it is footage we’ve recorded such as conferences, interviews and scripted training videos, etc. We also deal with footage filmed by our clients from around the world, and cut it all together here in the UK. We tend to make a first cut and add a timestamp to the video as reference point before uploading it to our secure file sharing service. The link is then sent to the client and we can work remotely via email or phone call they are happy with the outcome.
As of now we’re finishing off over 30 interviews filmed recently in Paris and a creating a a teaser video for one of our clients to introduce an event in Tokyo, Japan.