Providing audio production services for outside broadcast events and sports has slowly been moving away from the traditional OB truck scenario as the industry battles with reduced budgets and – more recently – with the need to reduce engineers physically being in attendance. This has resulted in new solutions to manage audio productions: ‘remote’ and ‘at home’ production.
Remote editing is all the rage these days. But just because everyone is doing it, doesn’t mean they’re doing it well.
Many content creators and post-production teams moved from in-studio online editing to at-home offline editing workflows this year. We did too, so we understand your struggle. If you are looking for ways to optimize your remote editing workflow, here are our top eight tips, tricks, and best practices for taking your video editing projects on-the-go.
We’ll start with some general advice on working from home, then narrow down into specific remote editing solutions for the creative community. For more detailed advice on each of these tips, watch our full webinar: Editors’ Guide to Remote Video Production.