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What to Expect When You’re Expecting to Edit From Home

“What I’m about to share with you has helped me stay creative, efficient, and sane, and I hope it gives you some good ideas for perfecting your own remote editorial workflow.”

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“I’ve been editing from home for many, many years,” writes Johnny Elwyn in the Frame.io post, “10 Things Editors Need to Know Before Working From Home.”

“In the decade-plus since, I’ve learned a lot about communication, file management, and productivity. What I’m about to share with you has helped me stay creative, efficient, and sane, and I hope it gives you some good ideas for perfecting your own remote editorial workflow.

“This article will focus on at-home editing workflows. You know, like the kind we’re all working from right now.

“I’m going to focus on the “at-home” setup primarily, rather than remote editing in the field or at someone else’s facility. That said, the key concepts we’re about to explore will help you work with producers, directors, and clients just about anywhere.”

Click here to read “10 Things Editors Need to Know Before Working From Home.”

 

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