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Brianna Tsang

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SFU Student Undergraduate
Communication, Art + Technology › Communication
Co-operative Education › Local Co-op

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It really reignites the passion and joy and creation and helps with the motivation and inspiration in the creative process of editing.

Video editing can be hard. And while this video won’t turn you into an editing master, it can hopefully provide you with some information to make the job easier. Being a third-year Communication student with a passion for creating, Brianna Tsang shares 5 tips and tricks that she has learned throughout her 8-month Co-op placement with FCAT (Faculty of Communication Arts and Technology) as a Digital Communications Specialist, that primarily focused on producing and editing video content. From general tips, useful resources, and relevant course recommendations, Brianna’s video aims to help make the editing process easier; sharing from her own experience that she has picked up throughout the years.

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Brianna Tsang

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SFU Student Undergraduate
Communication, Art + Technology › Communication
Co-operative Education › Local Co-op
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Apr 13, 2022

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