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The Editing Podcast

English, TV & Video, 2 seasons, 58 episodes, 1 day, 7 hours, 54 minutes
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Jordan Orme is a video editor that has worked with Justin Bieber, Post Malone, Nike, Amazon Prime, and many more. Hayden Hillier-Smith is a leader in online video editing with a client list that includes household names like Logan Paul and MrBeast. Together they are The Editing Podcast: a podcast for video editors by video editors…because editing is in our lives more than ever. Whether it's the latest social media star or a literal Oscar winner, Jordan and Hayden interview the editors whose timelines have changed the world. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-editing-podcast/support
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What Every Editor Can Learn From Mad Max

#madmax #furiosa #editing Record, Edit and Publish videos with Riverside: https://creators.riverside.fm/TheEditingPodcast and use code + use code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off! We recorded this episode with Riverside. See the difference yourself and experience what is only on Musicbed. Sign up for your free 14-day trial today: https://fm.pxf.io/tepfreetrial 0:00 - How Furiosa Shows Action Differently 2:35 - Center-Framing Creates Focus 9:43 - Use Riverside 11:06 - How Mad Max Balances Emotional Dialogue 14:50 - Use MusicBed 15:57 - Clarity vs. Complexity 19:20 - Relationship Advice Hosts:  @HillierSmith  &  @JordanOrme  Editor: Peter Apple - https://x.com/Peter_Editing?s=20 Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Thumbnail:  @dvdaltizer  Additional music thanks to AllttA Optimum by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3cKill... In this episode of The Editing Podcast, renowned hosts Hayden Hillier-Smith and Jordan Orme dive deep into the exhilarating world of the Mad Max movie franchise. With their expert insights, they explore the cinematic brilliance behind the scenes of these iconic films, focusing on the dynamic collaboration between director George Miller and his wife, editor Margaret Sixel. Discover the intricate editing techniques and storytelling methods that make Mad Max Fury Road a visual masterpiece, and learn how the high-octane action sequences are meticulously crafted to keep audiences on the edge of their seats. Hayden and Jordan uncover the secrets of George Miller's visionary direction and Margaret Sixel's award-winning editing, highlighting their seamless teamwork in creating the post-apocalyptic universe that has captivated fans worldwide. This episode is a must-watch for fans of the Mad Max series, aspiring filmmakers, and anyone interested in the art of movie editing. Tune in to gain valuable insights into the creative process behind one of the most groundbreaking film franchises in cinema history. Join The Editing Podcast for an in-depth analysis of Mad Max and see how George Miller and Margaret Sixel have redefined action filmmaking with their innovative approach and unparalleled storytelling skills. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
5/25/202421 minutes, 16 seconds
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Asking The Beef Editors How To Create Anti-Heros

#beef #editing #emmys Record, Edit and Publish videos with Riverside: https://creators.riverside.fm/TheEditingPodcast and use code + use code EDITINGPODCAST for 15% off! We recorded this episode with Riverside. See the difference yourself and experience what is only on Musicbed. Sign up for your free 14-day trial today: https://fm.pxf.io/tepfreetrial Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJJV8pckL_OiW-IpzwPqAfw/join Subscribe to Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheEditingPodcast 0:00 - Introducing the Editors of Beef 1:32 - Why Beef is so Bingeable 5:25 - Use Riverside 6:38 - How to use the "Butterfly Effect" in Editing 8:33 - Why Anti-Heros are so Powerful 12:19 - Breaking Down the Brilliant "Divorce Monologue" 20:25 - Use MusicBed 21:32 - The Editing Language of Beef 26:33 - How Beef Changed These Editors Hosts:  @JordanOrme  &  @HillierSmith  Guests: Jordan Kim & Nat Fuller Editor:  @HillierSmith  Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Thumbnail:  @learnthumbnails  In this compelling episode of The Editing Podcast, your hosts Hayden Hillier Smith and Jordan Orme are joined by Nat Fuller and Jordan Kim, the Emmy-winning editing duo behind the sensational Netflix hit, "Beef." Together, they unravel the mysteries and magic of editing, taking a deep dive into the show's most iconic scenes and sequences. Join them as they dissect pivotal moments, revealing the meticulous craftsmanship that goes into creating a seamless and immersive viewing experience. Gain a behind-the-scenes perspective on the editing process, from the initial raw footage to the final, polished product that graces our screens. But that's not all—discover the keys to creating a compelling anti-hero that captivates audiences and keeps them coming back for more. Explore the delicate balance of character development and plot progression that makes "Beef" a must-watch series. Don't miss out on this insightful and illuminating episode that offers a rare glimpse into the artistry of editing and storytelling. Tune in to The Editing Podcast to enrich your understanding of the creative process behind your favorite shows. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
5/11/202431 minutes, 54 seconds
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Pro Editors React To The Worst Edits Of All Time

#editing #harrypotter #theroom Record, Edit and Publish videos with Riverside: https://creators.riverside.fm/TheEditingPodcast and use code + use code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off! We recorded this episode with Riverside. See the difference yourself and experience what is only on Musicbed. Sign up for your free 14-day trial today: https://fm.pxf.io/tepfreetrial 0:00 - The WORST Edits 0:49 - How Shaky Cam Ruined Action Movies 3:21 - The Worst Movie of All Time 6:15 - Why Tommy Wiseau Is An Auteur 7:29 - Use Riverside 8:42 - Voldemort Weird YELPS Ruin Harry Potter 13:51 - The Best Fight Scene in Harry Potter RUINED 18:24 - Use MusicBed AI 19:32 - Jordan's Worst Edited Music Videos 22:25 - Hayden Ruins a MrBeast Video Hosts:  @HillierSmith  &  @JordanOrme  Editor:  @HillierSmith  Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Thumbnail:  @learnthumbnails  Additional music thanks to AllttA Optimum by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3cKill... In this introspective and insightful episode of The Editing Podcast, your hosts Hayden Hillier Smith and Jordan Orme embark on a candid exploration of their editing journeys. Join them as they reflect on the challenges they've faced and the lessons they've learned, delving into the worst edits they've made in their careers. Drawing from their wealth of experience, Hayden and Jordan dissect some of the most notorious editing blunders in cinema history. From the magical missteps in the Harry Potter franchise to the unforgettable quirks of the cult classic The Room, they leave no stone unturned in their examination of editing mishaps. They also take a close look at the editing choices in action movies, highlighting both the triumphs and the pitfalls of this adrenaline-fueled genre. By sharing their own experiences and analyzing the work of others, Hayden and Jordan provide valuable insights for both aspiring and seasoned editors. Whether you're a filmmaker looking to hone your craft or simply a film enthusiast interested in the art of editing, this episode offers something for everyone. Tune in to this engaging discussion and discover the importance of embracing your mistakes, learning from them, and growing as an editor. Join Hayden and Jordan on this enlightening journey through the world of editing, and gain a deeper appreciation for the art and craft of cinematic storytelling. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
4/15/202426 minutes, 52 seconds
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How to Edit Documentaries like James Jani

#editing #documentary #jamesjani Record, Edit and Publish videos with Riverside: https://creators.riverside.fm/TheEditingPodcast and use code + use code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off! We recorded this episode with Riverside. See the difference yourself and experience what is only on Musicbed. Sign up for your free 14-day trial today: https://fm.pxf.io/tepfreetrial 0:00 - Introducing James Jani 1:27 - Using Music To Create "Unease" 3:49 - Using Puzzle Pieces To HOOK The Audience 5:41 - Try Riverside 7:03 - Countdown to "Apocalypse" 9:01 - Breaking Down James Jani's Signature Style 14:02 - Switch to MusicBed 15:16 - How James Finds The "Heart" In The Edit 17:54 - Why James Takes His Time Between Uploads Hosts:  @HillierSmith  &  @JordanOrme  Guest:  @JamesJani  Editor:  @LiamBedford  Intro Editor:  @LiamBedford  &  @HillierSmith  Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Thumbnail:  @HillierSmith  Additional music thanks to AllttA Optimum by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3cKill... Welcome to The Editing Podcast, where hosts Hayden Hillier Smith and Jordan Orme engage in enlightening discussions with industry experts. In this episode, they are joined by the renowned editor of YouTube's top documentaries, James Jani. Together, they explore the intricacies of James's editing style and process, focusing on his recent video on Sam Bankman Fried and the FTX fraud. James Jani is celebrated for his ability to craft compelling narratives that resonate with audiences worldwide. By dissecting his editing techniques, this episode provides invaluable insights into the art of documentary filmmaking. From storytelling to pacing, Hayden and Jordan delve into the nuances that make James's documentaries some of the most viral content on YouTube. Join them as they uncover the secrets behind James Jani's success and learn how to apply these techniques to your own projects. Whether you're a seasoned editor or just starting out, this episode offers a wealth of knowledge that will elevate your editing skills to new heights. Don't miss this opportunity to gain exclusive access to the inner workings of one of YouTube's most talented editors. Tune in to The Editing Podcast and discover the magic behind James Jani's captivating documentaries. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
3/29/202420 minutes, 31 seconds
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Wes Anderson's Editor Breaks Down His Style

#wesanderson #editing #oscars Record, Edit and Publish videos with Riverside: https://creators.riverside.fm/TheEditingPodcast and use code + use code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off! We recorded this episode with Riverside. Start your 14-Day free trial of MusicBed today: http://share.mscbd.fm/editingpodcast 0:00 - Wes Anderson's Longtime Editor, Barney Pilling 1:38 - How Wes Anderson Creates His Signature Timing 6:30 - Building A Sound & Music Bed First 8:45 - Creating New Frames for Depth 11:53 - Use Riverside 13:10 - Re-Composting in EVERY Shot 19:03 - Use MusicBed 20:16 - Wes's Rumination on Grief 22:09 - Mixing Stop Motion & Live-Action 26:40 - The EXTREME Layering & Composting 29:25 - Wes Anderson's Favorite Storytelling Themes Hosts:  @HillierSmith  &  @JordanOrme  Guest: Barney Pilling, ACE Editor: Peter Apple - https://x.com/Peter_Editing?s=20 Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Thumbnail:  @learnthumbnails  Additional music thanks to AllttA Optimum by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3cKill... In this captivating episode of The Editing Podcast, hosts Hayden Hillier Smith and Jordan Orme delve deep into the world of editing with none other than Barney Pilling, the master editor behind Wes Anderson's most iconic films. From the Oscar-nominated "Grand Budapest Hotel" to the whimsical "Isle of Dogs" and the recent masterpiece "Asteroid City," Barney Pilling's editing prowess has left an indelible mark on cinema. Join Hayden and Jordan as they dissect key scenes from Barney's illustrious career, exploring the intricate timing, stop-motion mapping, and other classic Wes Anderson tropes that define his unique style. Whether you're an aspiring editor or a film buff, this episode offers invaluable insights into the art of editing and the creative process behind some of cinema's most beloved films. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
3/18/202431 minutes, 14 seconds
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Poor Things Editor Tells Us How To Edit WEIRD

#poorthings #oscars #editing Get 10% off your first month of therapy with our sponsor BetterHelp: https://betterhelp.com/theeditingpodcast 0:00 - The Brilliance of Poor Things 1:03 - How To Create A New Editing "Reality" 4:25 - Always Change Your Visual Style 6:49 - Use BetterHelp 8:05 - Scene Breakdown: The Birth of Bella Baxter 9:16 - Why Creating Music BEFORE Production Is Better 13:38 - Scene Breakdown: The Iconic Dance 15:33 - Why Being Playful While Editing Is Key 18:48 - The Universal Message of Poor Things Hosts:  @HillierSmith  and Vishnu Vallabhaneni Guests: Yorgos Mavropsaridis Editor:  @TysonPellegrini  Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Thumbnail:  @learnthumbnails  Additional music thanks to AllttA Optimum by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3cKill... In this episode of The Editing Podcast, hosts Hayden Hillier Smith and Jordan Orme dive deep into the world of editing with the master editor behind all of Yorgos Lanthimos's films, Yorgos Mavropsaridis. They explore Yorgos's iconic career, spanning films like "Dogtooth," "The Lobster," "The Killing of a Sacred Deer," and more, discussing his unique editing style and collaborations with Lanthimos. The conversation goes behind the scenes of Yorgos's latest film, "Poor Things," dissecting key scenes such as the mesmerizing dance sequence and the poignant birth of Bella Baxter. Join them for an insightful discussion on the art and craft of editing in the world of Yorgos Lanthimos. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
2/23/202421 minutes, 23 seconds
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The Man Who Made MrBeast Cinematic

#mrbeast #beastphilanthropy #editing Get One Month of SkillShare FREE: https://skl.sh/theeditingpodcast02241 0:00 - The Rise of Dan Mace 2:29 - Animation Can Elevate Exposition 4:45 - How Dan Scores and Sound Mixes LIVE 9:24 - Use SkillShare 10:35 - Leading With Story NOT Jimmy 13:37 - Balancing Dan & Jimmy's Narration 19:13 - The Work of Being MrBeast's CCO 21:26 - Working with Casey Neistat 27:50 - How Working in Film Changed Dan's Perspective 32:23 - The Creative Freedom Between Dan & Jimmy Hosts:  @HillierSmith   @JordanOrme  Editor: Peter Apple Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Thumbnail:  @learnthumbnails  Additional music thanks to AllttA Optimum by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3cKill... Welcome to another captivating episode of The Editing Podcast, where hosts Hayden Hillier Smith and Jordan Orme delve deep into the world of video editing and storytelling. In this special installment, they sit down with the mastermind behind MrBeast Philanthropy, none other than the remarkable Chief Creative Officer, Dan Mace. Join us as Dan takes us on a journey through the genesis of his collaboration with MrBeast, recounting the pivotal moment when he crafted his very first video for the channel. Dan shares insights into the creative process behind this groundbreaking video, shedding light on the techniques and storytelling elements that caught the attention of MrBeast himself, propelling Dan into a leadership role within the channel. Throughout the episode, listeners are treated to a fascinating exploration of Dan's unique cinematic style and how he is harnessing it to amplify the impact and reach of MrBeast's philanthropic endeavors. From intricate editing techniques to larger-than-life storytelling, Dan offers invaluable wisdom and inspiration for aspiring creators and editors alike. So, grab your headphones and prepare to be inspired as The Editing Podcast dives deep into the world of video editing with the visionary Dan Mace. Don't miss out on this opportunity to gain exclusive insights into the creative process behind one of YouTube's most influential channels. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
2/8/202433 minutes, 24 seconds
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How We're Making $500,000 in 2024

#editing #creator #editingtips Learn more and start using Streamlab's Podcast Editor here: https://bit.ly/47TbR9W 0:00 - The 2024 Editing Economy 2:11 - The Different Ways Editors Are Getting Paid 5:27 - Jordan's 2024 Income Streams 7:06 - Hayden's 2024 Income Streams 7:58 - How To Maximize Your Freelance Gig 9:30 - Niching Down vs. Staying Broad As Editors 11:40 - Tips To Stop Taking On Too Much Work 14:44 - Hayden's Brilliant NEW Business Model 19:20 - Use Streamlabs 19:58 - How New Editors Can Make Money in 2024 Hosts: @HillierSmith @JordanOrme Editor: @TysonPellegrini Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Thumbnail: @davidaltizer Additional music thanks to AllttA Optimum by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3cKill... Welcome to The Editing Podcast, where hosts Hayden Hillier Smith and Jordan Orme delve into the dynamic world of editing. In this episode, join them on a captivating journey as they explore the art of monetizing their craft, skills, and profound love for editing in the year 2024. As the hosts share their insights, they shed light on the myriad opportunities that 2024 brings to the editing landscape. From the evolving technological advancements to the latest trends in visual storytelling, this episode is a treasure trove of information for both seasoned editors and aspiring enthusiasts. Discover the innovative ways in which viewers and editors alike can glean valuable tips and lessons about the editing economy in 2024. Hayden and Jordan discuss the changing dynamics of the industry, providing a comprehensive guide on navigating the challenges and capitalizing on the exciting prospects that lie ahead. Whether you're a content creator looking to enhance your editing prowess or an editor seeking to monetize your skills effectively, this episode is a must-listen. Tune in to The Editing Podcast and stay ahead of the curve in the ever-evolving world of editing in 2024. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
1/17/202426 minutes, 9 seconds
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Paddy Galloway Tells Us How To Edit YouTube For TV

#paddygalloway #editing #youtube Get an exclusive  @Surfshark  Black Friday Deal! Enter promo code EDITINGPOD to get up to 6 additional months for free at https://surfshark.deals/editingpod Sign up for Hayden's Editing Course Waitlist: https://www.creatornow.com/hhs-waitlist Jordan's Editing Course "The Editing Formula" Black Friday Deal 60% OFF: https://shorturl.at/iHQU6 0:00 - Television Is YouTube's Next Frontier 1:52 - What Kind Of YouTube Video Deserves A TV? 4:17 - What Can Editors Do To Cut For TV? 7:39 - Use Surfshark VPN 8:39 - How Smart YouTube's Algo Is 9:45 - Make Videos 80% Of Your Audience Loves 11:35 - The Importance Of Custom Music 12:04 - Why The First 30 Seconds Are CRUCIAL 14:25 - How To Create A Satisfying Intro 19:20 - "The Elephant" Storytelling Concept 22:50 - Breaking Down Hayden's Intros 26:53 - Good CTAs vs. Bad CTAs 29:28 - Why Avengers Wouldn't Work On YouTube 32:27 - Paddy On YouTube "Cliffhangers" Hosts: @hilliersmith and @JordanOrme​ Guest: ​⁠@PaddyGalloway Editor: ​⁠ Scott Leist Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Thumbnail: @davidaltizer --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
11/30/202337 minutes, 36 seconds
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David Fincher’s Editor Reveals The Key To Make ANY Edit Work

We use Riverside both for meetings and remote interviews, try it for free use code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off. Thanks to Storyblocks for sponsoring this video! Download unlimited stock media at one set price with Storyblocks: 0:00 David Fincher’s Editor Kirk Baxter 01:00 Use Riverside 02:18 Why Hiding Blinks Creates Intention 05:05 - The David Fincher Editing Style 09:50 - Choreographing The Vicious Fight Scene in The Killer 12:29 - Letting Sound & Music Guide Your Edit 13:57 - Comment “Storyblocks is cool” 15:00 - Hooking Your Audience In The First 5 Minutes 16:23 - How To Cut With Intention 18:14 - Breaking Down The Sniper Scene in The Killer 25:15 - The Magic Of Vertical Sound Cutting 27:53 - Breaking Down The “Cool Girl” Sequence in Gone Girl Hosts: ​⁠ @JordanOrme and @HillierSmith ​ Guests: ​⁠Kirk Baxter Editor: ​⁠ @tysonpellegrini @hilliersmith Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Thumbnail: @davidaltizer Welcome to The Editing Podcast, where storytelling meets the art of post-production. In this riveting episode, hosts Hayden Hillier Smith and Jordan Orme sit down with none other than the master editor behind the brilliance of David Fincher's cinematic wonders—Kirk Baxter. We delve deep into Kirk's illustrious career, spanning iconic films that have left an indelible mark on the world of cinema. From “The Social Network” to “Gone Girl” to his most recent thriller, “The Killer”, Kirk Baxter's editorial prowess has shaped some of the most memorable moments in film history and has influenced the editing landscape forever. In this episode, we dissect the mesmerizing opening sniper scene, a sequence that hooks audiences from the first frame. Kirk takes us behind the scenes, sharing the secrets of crafting tension and suspense that keep viewers on the edge of their seats. We also explore the intricacies of "The Killer's" visceral fight scene, a jaw-dropping display of editing finesse that elevates the film to a new level of intensity. Kirk Baxter's insights into the creative decisions behind each cut and the rhythmic flow of the sequence offer a rare glimpse into the mind of a true editing maestro. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
11/22/202331 minutes, 43 seconds
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Spider-Verse Editor Reveals The Secret To Cut Action

#spiderverse #film #editing We use Riverside both for meetings and remote interviews, try it for free use code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off. Sign up to Lickd with our link for 14 days free stock music and 50% off your first mainstream chart track - 0:00 - Kicking Off The Spiderverse Editing Journey 1:31 - Breaking Down The Iconic Gwen Drumming Scene 3:20 - Setting Up Prowler’s Come Back 4:08 - Using Editing Rythm To Tell The Story 6:58 - The Storyboards To Set Up The Scene 9:27 - Spiderverse 3 SPOILER 10:00 - Use Riverside 11:19 - Was This Gwen's Movie? 14:11 - Disagreeing On The Cliffhanger Ending 18:34 - Use Lickd 19:37 - Why Pixar’s Workflow Didn’t Work For Spider-Verse 21:51 - Why The International Cut Was Different Than Domestic 22:18 - The Animators Show Off Their Process On Twitter 24:23 - Why The Movie Never Stopped Animating 27:25 - Breaking Down The Train Sequence 31:31 - ANOTHER Spiderverse Easter egg The Smiling Guy 32:23 - Nailing The Climatic Action Between Miguel & Miles 38:27 - Just Keep Going! Hosts: ​⁠ @JordanOrme  and  @HillierSmith  ​ Guests: ​⁠Michael Andrews Editor: ​⁠ @hilliersmith Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Producer: ​⁠  @AshleyJWoods  Thumbnail:  @davidaltizer  Additional Graphics: https://x.com/Peter_Editing?s=20 Get Funk Soul Brother by Jason Pedder, Ben Ziapour, Jamie Ziapour and over 1M + mainstream tracks here https://go.lickd.co/MusicLicense ID: NePE4ErgjYw Welcome to The Editing Podcast, where storytelling meets the art of post-production. In this captivating episode, hosts Hayden Hillier Smith and Jordan Orme dive deep into the world of editing with none other than Michael Andrews, the brilliant mind behind the groundbreaking animated film, "Spiderman: Across The Spiderverse." We unravel the secrets behind the film's mesmerizing opening drumming sequence as Michael takes us on a journey through the creative process that brought this revolutionary moment to the big screen. The hosts and Michael share insights into the challenges, inspirations, and collaborative efforts that shaped this unique and unforgettable cinematic experience. Then the conversation steers towards the action-packed train sequence, a pivotal moment in "Across The Spiderverse." Hear firsthand about the editing decisions that elevated the intensity, rhythm, and emotion of this high-stakes scene. The hosts and Michael dissect the intricacies of crafting dynamic sequences that keep audiences on the edge of their seats. Join us for an engaging discussion that goes beyond the cut and splice, delving into the artistry and technical prowess required to edit a film of this caliber. Whether you're an aspiring editor, a film enthusiast, or simply curious about the creative process, this episode of The Editing Podcast offers a unique peek into the world of editing at its finest. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
11/16/202339 minutes, 11 seconds
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Debating YouTube's Most Hated AI Influencer

#ai #editing #kwebbelkop Thanks to Storyblocks for sponsoring this video! Download unlimited stock media at one set price with Storyblocks: https://storyblocks.com/EditingPodcast #ad We use Riverside both for meetings and remote interviews, try it for free https://creators.riverside.fm/TheEditingPodcast use code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off. Riverside recently launched new features: AI transcriptions, Teleprompter, Remove Silences, Automatic Captions and Short clips generator. #ad CHAPTERS Hosts: ​⁠ @JordanOrme   and  @HillierSmith    ​ Guests: ​⁠ @kwebbelkop  Editor: ​⁠   @TysonPellegrini    Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Producer: ​⁠  @AshleyJWoods    Thumbnail: G Kwebbelkop turned heads when he announced he would be shifting his popular gaming channel to be entirely AI. From writing, performing, to yes–even editing–Kwebbelkop (née Jordi Maxim van den Bussche) decreed that nothing on his channel would have a human touch, opting only for his namesake KwebbleKop AI. Such a splashy content shift to AI was of course met with derision, so obviously The Editing Podcast had to investigate further. AI is a very buzzy topic. Many YouTubers and editors have opinions on whether this is going to help or hurt our industry. The Editing Podcast confronts AI head-on by debating AI’s most zealous yet controversial influencer: Kwebbelkop (and Kwebbelkop AI) himself. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
11/1/202347 minutes, 50 seconds
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How TikTok Created A New Editing Style

#tiktok #editing #frankielagana We use Riverside both for meetings and remote interviews, try it for free https://creators.riverside.fm/TheEditingPodcast use code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off. Riverside recently launched new features: AI transcriptions, Teleprompter, Remove Silences, Automatic Captions and Short clips generator. #ad Sign up to Lickd with our link for 14 days free stock music and 50% off your first mainstream chart track - https://go.lickd.co/theeditingpodcastv2 Chapters: 0:00 - Frankie Lagana Redefining Short Form Editing 1:28 - Why TikTok Editing Is Totally Different 2:43 - How Improv Helped Frankie Find His Voice 3:38 - Frankie Favorite Early TikTok 5:50 - Breaking Down Frankie's "Fever Dream" Editing Style 7:30 - Use Riverside 8:24 - How Frankie Writes His Comedy 13:30 - How The TikTok Algorithm Works 18:21 - Use Lickd 19:29 - Frankie's Comedic Inspirations 26:41 - Hayden & Jordan Write With Frankie Hosts:  @HillierSmith  &  @JordanOrme  Guest:  @FrankLagana  Editor: https://twitter.com/ScottLeist Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Producer:  @AshleyJWoods  Thumbnail:  @davidaltizer  Additional music thanks to AllttA Optimum by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3cKill... Taller than All of Them by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3JZJW4... Lickd Music: Get Bohemian Sunset by Jazzanova and over 1M + mainstream tracks here https://go.lickd.co/Music License ID: ePwVa5rJWBd https://lickd.lnk.to/Zyx74WID!The+Editing+Podcast Get I’m Just Ken by Ryan Gosling and over 1M + mainstream tracks here https://go.lickd.co/Music License ID: zY1zXLDzMqD Get Deli by Ice Spice and over 1M + mainstream tracks here https://go.lickd.co/Music License ID: BxwGmJ4j2rJ Get Yellow by Coldplay and over 1M + mainstream tracks here https://go.lickd.co/Music License ID: J3myy3Z1mRX --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
10/23/202329 minutes, 15 seconds
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How To Edit Viral VLOGs Like Kelly Wakasa

#vlog #editing #kellywakasa We use Riverside both for meetings and remote interviews, try it for free https://creators.riverside.fm/TheEdit... + use code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off. Riverside recently launched new features: AI transcriptions, Teleprompter, Remove Silences, Automatic Captions and Short clips generator. #ad Sign up to Lickd with our link for 14 days free stock music and 50% off your first mainstream chart track - https://go.lickd.co/theeditingpodcastv1 Chapters: 0:00 - Kelly Wakasa Modernizing The VLOG 1:10 - Breaking Down "The Worlds Tallest Man" Video 9:17 - Use Riverside 10:37 - How To Increase Tension With Music 12:45 - How Wyatt Humanized The Worlds Tallest Man 16:51 - Implementing Style In VLOGs 19:10 - Kelly's Favorite Ending To Any Video 20:15 - Make Your Vlogs Official With LICKD 21:37 - The Importance of Capturing A Memory in VLOGs 24:05 - Send Your Editors Briefs To Inform The Edit 26:15 - The Importance Of Creating Contrast In Your Edits 29:07 - How Kelly & Wyatt Met and Started Collaborating 31:05 - How The History Of VLOGs Influenced Kelly 33:23 - What Motivates Kelly & Wyatt To Keep Going 34:00 - Kelly Wakasa Made a FULL LENGTH Movie Hosts: ​⁠ & ​⁠ Guests: ​⁠ & ​⁠ Editor: ​⁠ Producer: ​⁠ Thumbnail: G Additional music thanks to AllttA Optimum by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3cKill... Taller than All of Them by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3JZJW4... Join us for an exhilarating episode of The Editing Podcast where we unravel the secrets of making viral vlogs with our esteemed guests, YouTube Creator Kelly Wakasa and his talented editor, Wyatt Dobson. Hosted by Hayden Hillier Smith and Jordan Orme, The Editing Podcast takes you on an immersive journey into the world of content creation, exploring the intricacies of editing, storytelling, and the magic that turns ordinary vlogs into viral sensations. Kelly Wakasa and Wyatt Dobson, the dynamic duo behind some of the most captivating vlogs on YouTube - including the "Worlds Tallest Man" video. Through engaging conversation and insightful anecdotes, they share their creative process, discussing the art of capturing authentic moments and transforming them into compelling narratives. From conceptualization to editing techniques, they reveal the behind-the-scenes magic that has propelled their vlogs to the viral spotlight. Music Provided by LICKD: Get Yellow by Coldplay and over 1M + mainstream tracks here https://go.lickd.co/Music License ID: Gxgl3968yMj Get Paradise by Bazzi and over 1M + mainstream tracks here https://go.lickd.co/Music License ID: 04e6GOlbNr9 https://lickd.lnk.to/mxjQAWID!The+Editing+Podcast Get Lemonade by Internet Money, Gunna, don toliver, Nav and over 1M + mainstream tracks here https://go.lickd.co/Music License ID: yJxGORXpxRn https://lickd.lnk.to/X3mteUID!The+Editing+Podcast Get Bohemian Sunset by Jazzanova and over 1M + mainstream tracks here https://go.lickd.co/Music License ID: yVqQWJxzg5N https://lickd.lnk.to/Zyx74WID!The+Editing+Podcast Get I’m Just Ken by Ryan Gosling and over 1M + mainstream tracks here https://go.lickd.co/Music License ID: 2moZ9YVGD38 Get Deli by Ice Spice and over 1M + mainstream tracks here https://go.lickd.co/Music License ID: v8aBGPVOrZM --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
10/12/202339 minutes, 19 seconds
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Unpacking The Mind of Dodford

#editing #film #documentary We use Riverside both for meetings and remote interviews, try it for free https://creators.riverside.fm/TheEditingPodcast + use code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off. Riverside recently launched new features: AI transcriptions, Teleprompter, Remove Silences, Automatic Captions and Short clips generator. #ad Subscribe to Envato to get Motion Graphic Templates, Fonts and Stock Footage Envato Market: Envato Elements: The Editing Podcast unravel the ingenious mind of Dodford, the creator who has brilliantly modernized the video essay format on YouTube with "The Adam Sandler Paradox" and "Jim Carrey Doesn't Exist" Known for his dynamic approach of letting personalities narrate their own stories through collected interview segments and soundbites, Dodford’s storytelling techniques are both innovative and impactful. In this exclusive dialogue, filmmakers, editors, and YouTubers alike will delve into Dodford’s unique process, transitioning from a renowned TikTok creator to pioneering a new, compelling long-form content style on YouTube. We unveil the secrets behind his advanced editing skills, offering an in-depth breakdown of his viral video, "The Adam Sandler Paradox." What to Expect: Explore Dodford’s creative journey, his innovative approach to storytelling, and how he’s redefining the landscape of video essays on YouTube. Learn how pre-editing writing and storyboarding can transform the editing process and content quality. Uncover the significance of strategic content marketing before publishing to maximize reach and impact. Discover how AI is revolutionizing film shoots, making premium quality achievable on a budget. Ideal for aspiring filmmakers, seasoned editors, documentary creators, and every content enthusiast in between, this conversation promises a blend of inspiration, technical insights, and practical tips to elevate your content creation journey. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain invaluable insights from the creator who’s setting a new benchmark in YouTube content creation. Subscribe and be part of a community where creativity, innovation, and storytelling converge, and transform your narrative and technical skills to create compelling, resonant content. 00:00 Unpacking The Mind of Dodford 01:40 The Story Behind the Adam Sandler Paradox 04:18 Dodford’s Favorite Montage 07:16 Using Bookend Storytelling 09:39 Comment “Riverside Is Awesome” 10:59 Avoid VO in Your Docs As A Challenge 12:10 Dodford on Writing Montages 16:21 How Dodford Wrote the Hook For the Drew Barrymore Interview 18:45 Motivating Your Cut for Peak Tension 19:58 Use Envato To Add Style To Your Content 20:49 How to Brand & Market Your Editing Style 22:47 Use Midjourney To Save Thousands of Dollars 25:16 Dodford’s Mantra to Be a “Bedroom Filmmaker” 25:51 Drew Barrymore Midjourney Prompt 28:29 New Generation of Filmmakers Have The Best Tools 29:51 The Blind Old Poet and The Typewriter story 31:45 Why Premium Content is the Future 33:51 Why You Should Start on TikTok --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
10/1/202339 minutes, 47 seconds
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Discover The Show That Will Elevate Your Editing

We use Riverside both for meetings and remote interviews, try it for free https://creators.riverside.fm/TheEditingPodcast + use code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off. Riverside recently launched new features: AI transcriptions, Teleprompter, Remove Silences, Automatic Captions and Short clips generator. #ad #editing #thebear #hulu #emmyawards 0:00 Why You Need To Watch The Bear 1:27 Always Start Your Edit With Adrenaline 2:45 Using Montage For Tone & Story 3:56 Breaking Down The Bear's Opening Montage 12:45 The Importance of Contrasting Sound & Visuals 14:56 Use Riverside 16:10 The Editing Philosophy of The Bear 18:35 Why A Slower Pace Build Tension 20:05 Using Recurring Shots To Build Story 21:18 Breaking Down The Bear's Best Episode 30:30 How Your Editing Perspective Changes Hosts:  @HillierSmith   @JordanOrme  Guests: Joanna Naugle and Adam Epstein Editor:  @HokuStuff  Intro Editor:  @LiamBedford  Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Producer:  @AshleyJWoods  Thumbnail:  @davidaltizer  Additional music thanks to AllttA Optimum by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3cKill4XMFmrWQiXxR919s?si=64232e31cad14122 Taller than All of Them by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3JZJW4u1LFxFKfBMTAnRaJ?si=77505ae946db4646 In this compelling episode, your hosts Hayden Hillier-Smith and Jordan Orme engage in an enlightening conversation with the Emmy-Nominated Editors of Hulu's hit show, "The Bear." We unravel the artistry and editing techniques that have propelled "The Bear" into the ranks of Emmy recognition and how this show can elevate your editing skills, regardless if you being in TV or not. In this episode, we talk about the brilliance of montage to convey story and tone, the ability to contrast music and visuals, the importance of slowing down your edit pacing to find the incredible character moments that leads to better retention. Delve deep into the post-production workflow responsible for bringing "The Bear" to life on screen. By understanding the intricacies of this process, you'll be better equipped to streamline your own editing workflows, resulting in a more efficient and professional output. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
9/20/202334 minutes, 10 seconds
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How YouTube Burns Out Editors

We use Riverside both for meetings and remote interviews, try it for free https://creators.riverside.fm/TheEditingPodcast + use code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off. Riverside recently launched new features: AI transcriptions, Teleprompter, Remove Silences, Automatic Captions and Short clips generator. #ad #editing #creator #youtuber #burnout #mentalhealth #stressrelief Hosts:  @HillierSmith   @JordanOrme  Editor: https://twitter.com/ScottLeist Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Producer:  @AshleyJWoods  Thumbnail:  @davidaltizer  0:00 Editors Are the 2nd Most Stressful Job 3:23 YouTube Creators Are Burnout Trying to Be "Authentic" 4:49 Defining "Burnout" and How It Starts 8:22 Jordan's Burnout Story in Hollywood 17:38 Use Riverside 18:46 How to Heal From Burnout 20:27 Working too much Prevents you from Earning MORE 22:02 Jordan's Burnout "Vice" 25:10 Hayden's Burnout "Vice" 28:17 Why The FLOW STATE is Dangerous 31:53 Hayden's Burnout Story working for a Famous YouTuber 37:20 What Can Learn to Not Get Burnout? Additional music thanks to AllttA Optimum by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3cKill... Taller than All of Them by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3JZJW4... Burnout is a silent struggle in the YouTube community, and it's time to shed light on it. On this episode of The Editing Podcast, Hayden Hillier-Smith and Jordan Orme, share their life experiences as YouTube Editors and Creators, and how their worklife balance was all out of wack. In this episode, we discuss the signs, causes, and, most importantly, strategies to prevent and overcome burnout. Whether you're a YouTube Editor tirelessly perfecting every frame or a Creator juggling content creation, promotion, and engagement, this episode is a must-listen. Discover practical tips, inspiring stories, and expert advice to help you find balance and maintain a sustainable, long-term presence on YouTube. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
9/14/202340 minutes, 41 seconds
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How Editors Can Make BANK in 2023

#editing #editingtips #creator #creatoryoutube #editingeconomy We use Riverside both for meetings and remote interviews, try it for free https://creators.riverside.fm/TheEditingPodcast + use code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off. Riverside recently launched new features: AI transcriptions, Teleprompter, Remove Silences, Automatic Captions and Short clips generator. #ad 0:00 - How Valuable Is An Editor? 1:12 - Build Your Business In The "Editing Economy" 5:25 - Good Editors Need To Be Good Marketers 7:08 - Use Riverside 8:22 - How To Put Yourself Out There 12:35 - How To DOUBLE YOUR PRICE As An Editor 13:44 - Advice for Middle Class Editors 15:23 - A Good Client vs. A Bad Client 17:29 - How to Ask for Ad Revenue Share 20:45 - The PROS of Leaving Your Client 24:34 - Editors Are Actually Creative Assistants 27:20 - Why Are Editors Becoming Creators? 29:27 - Why Becoming A Niche Editor Is Smart 30:54 - Why Short-Form Content Is A New Playground 32:40 - How Ed and Jordan Want To Niche Down 36:20 - Why Do Creators Pay Their Editors So Little? 38:20 - Ed's Keys to Make Yourself A Better Business Person Hosts:  @HillierSmith   @JordanOrme  Editor:  @TysonPellegrini  Intro Editor:  @TonyStoodios  Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Producer:  @AshleyJWoods  Thumbnail: G Additional music thanks to AllttA Optimum by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3cKill4XMFmrWQiXxR919s?si=64232e31cad14122 The Editing Economy and the Creator Economy are rapidly changing ecosystems, and while the importance of good editors has risen, their monetary value has not. In this episode, Hayden Hillier Smith and Jordan Orme speak to  @FilmBooth  aka Ed Lawrence on how editors can scale their businesses, participate in ad revenue share, and make more money at their craft. As these ecosystems undergo swift changes, the significance of proficient editors remains paramount, yet the commensurate financial recognition lags. In this enlightening episode, join Hayden Hillier Smith and Jordan Orme as they engage in a compelling conversation with Film Booth, renowned as Ed Lawrence. Discover invaluable insights into empowering editors with strategies to magnify their enterprises, partake in lucrative ad revenue sharing models, and ultimately amplify their earnings within their artistic endeavors. Don't miss this opportunity to unravel the secrets of thriving in the contemporary editing landscape, bolstering your business acumen, and capitalizing on the evolving digital terrain. The trio addresses the burgeoning "editing economy", pinpointing the escalating demand for video editors and the challenge of distinguishing oneself in a packed marketplace. They traverse topics from diverse monetization strategies, such as freelancing on platforms like Upwork to pioneering elite agencies, to the art of adept self-marketing for editors. Critical emphasis is laid on the display of sample edits and harnessing the potential of platforms like YouTube and Instagram. They also unpack the nuanced relationship dynamics between editors and content creators, championing revenue sharing as an incentive for perpetual skill enhancement and the merits of enduring collaborative bonds. The discourse expands to touch upon the multifaceted roles of contemporary editors, spanning from technical mastery to visionary creative direction. Thumbnail design in digital media, the advantages of onboarding local videographers, and the evolution of editors to creators are probed in depth. Other aspects like striking a balance between individual passion and industry commitment, the cutthroat competitive nature of video editing, the allure and challenges of short-form video on platforms like TikTok, and the business complexities where view counts don't directly translate to success are also explored. This episode is a reservoir of insights for video editors and filmmakers in 2023 eager to grasp the industry's pulse. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
9/14/202339 minutes, 9 seconds
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The Awards Show That Cut Out The Editors...

We record all remote interviews with Riverside. Sign up here - https://creators.riverside.fm/TheEditingPodcast + code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off Videos Referenced:  @streamys  2022: https://www.youtube.com/live/QMXRHu6viSk?feature=share  @wyattdobson  for editing  @KellyWakasa  https://youtu.be/HipdY8pWJ2k  @savanahmoss  https://youtube.com/shorts/g3B6ZBZ4J44?feature=share Adam Chase, Ben Doyle, Henry Ariza for editing  @jetlagthegame  https://youtu.be/LxLgmsmvXOE Thomas Dajer, Cam Peddle, Jack Sullivan for editing  @YesTheory  https://youtu.be/bSs0o7DrHeg Tim Davies for editing  @cookingwithlynja  https://youtube.com/shorts/7PmCbqCkihk?feature=share Host:  @HillierSmith   @JordanOrme  Editor: https://twitter.com/ScottLeist Intro Editor:  @HillierSmith  Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Producer:  @AshleyJWoods  Thumbnail:  @davidaltizer  Do the Streamy Awards even matter? All the top creators have won piles of them: MrBeast, Logan Paul, Emma Chamberlain… the list goes on. But did the wins impact their careers like the Oscars or the Emmys? Not really. But the people the awards do impact are all the editors, VFX artists and other behind-the-scenes artists on these channels. Yet, they are never awarded or even acknowledged in these shows. Hayden and Jordan are here to fix that. This episode highlights the five editing nominees in this year's Streamys. Lets hope that the "2023 Streamy Awards" - Sunday, August 27 at 6p PT / 9p ET will credit the behind-the-scenes names. 00:00 The Streamys Cuts Out Editors, Lets Talk About It 00:47 Hayden's Personal Experience Winning Best Editing in 2020 03:36 The Streamys Should Give Recognition for Editors 07:17 Use Riverside 08:31 Edit Breakdown of Wyatt Dobson & Kelly Wakasa 12:59 Edit Breakdown of Savanah Moss 17:29 Edit Breakdown of Adam Chase, Ben Doyle, Henry Ariza for JetLag & Thomas Dajer, Cam Peddle, Jack Sullivan for YesTheory 21:59 Edit Breakdown of Tim Davis for CookingWithLynja --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
8/16/202324 minutes, 46 seconds
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This YouTube Employee Has The Keys To The Algorithm

We record all remote interviews with Riverside. Sign up here - http://creators.riverside.fm/TheEditi... + code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off 00:00 Who is Rene Ritchie? 01:29 How Social Media Changed YouTube Forever 07:06 Why YouTube & Netflix Are Looking The Same 09:17 Beastification vs Storytelling 10:36 Hayden Cutting MrBeast's "Blind Video" 11:23 Use Riverside 12:37 Why Do We Blame "The Algorithm"? 14:48 How To Find Your Audience 17:36 Same Audience = Same Channel 19:56 Why Subscribers Don't Matter Anymore 23:28 How To Make A "YouTube Cliffhanger" 27:53 Why Your YouTube Experiments Don't Work 33:08 Why MrBeast Delivers on "Clickbait" Host: @HillierSmith  @JordanOrme  Guest: @ReneRitchie Editor: https://twitter.com/ScottLeist Intro Editor: @LiamBedford Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Producer: @AshleyJWoods Thumbnail: G Additional music thanks to AllttA Optimum by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3cKill... Taller than All of Them by AllttA: https://open.spotify.com/track/3JZJW4... Ever wonder why your videos on YouTube don't pop the way you want them to? There's a reason for that, and it's probably not your video. Rene Ritchie is YouTube's newest "Creator Liaison" and he spends his entire day thinking about how to help creators hack the YouTube Algorithm. In this episode, Rene dishes out some incredible advice on how to package your videos to achieve better retention, more views, and ultimately attract the audience you want to have. Check out Rene Ritchie's channel /reneritchie --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
8/9/202336 minutes, 14 seconds
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The $10,000,000 Movie Made By YouTubers

#talktome #film #a24 We record all remote interviews with Riverside. Sign up here - Join The Juice Club: Get Cinematic Music With TrackClub An intimate conversation with Talk to Me directors Danny Philippou and Michael Philippou also known as RackaRacka, who were first known for creating some of the most ambitious content on YouTube but then vanished from the platform. Their curious absence was answered when they revealed they raised $4.5 million to create the daringly unique film "Talk to Me" which after it was shown at Sundance Film Festival. "Talk to Me" stirred up quite a buzz at Sundance, earning the attention of heavyweight filmmakers such as Jordan Peele, Ari Aster, and Steven Spielberg, Talk to Me was then handpicked by A24 distribution. This conversation explores how Hayden first worked with RackaRacka, discussed their origins of being YouTubers, an edit breakdown and director's commentary of Talk to Me's montage sequence, how moving beyond the limitless but unrefined YouTube platform, they yearned for the cinematic grandeur of traditional filmmaking and explained the ending of Talk to Me. 00:00 Who Are RackaRacka? 01:48 How Me and RackaRacka Met 03:14 RackaRack's First Big Viral Video: Marvel VS DC 04:54 Leaving YouTube to Make Talk to Me With A24 06:40 Riverside is the best video podcasting tool 07:54 Talk to Me Editing Breakdown 15:55 Join Juice Club 17:01 Get Amazing Music With Track Club 17:47 Why RackaRacka Left YouTube For Hollywood 23:45 The Hidden Meaning of Talk to Me Revealed By The Directors --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
8/2/202326 minutes, 6 seconds
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How to Edit Music Videos (with Jordan Orme)

We record all remote interviews with Riverside. Sign up here - http://creators.riverside.fm/TheEditingPodcast + code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off Join The Juice Club: https://www.getjuice.com/club?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video_ad&utm_campaign=juice_club&utm_term=123&utm_content=editing_podcast Get Cinematic Music With TrackClub https://trackclub.com/referral-landing?via=the-editing-podcast Jordan Orme is a music video editor that has worked with Justin Bieber, Post Malone, YG...basically your entire Spotify playlist. Jordan is also known on YouTube for his series Music Video Editor Reacts where he breaks down the editing of the latest and greatest music videos. Today on the pod, we sit down with Jordan and he breaks down the editing choices in some of his favorite music videos. Jordan even explains how to edit music videos for beginners, and how you don't need a big budget to make a big impact. Guest host: Ashley J. Woods Host/Guest: Jordan Orme Editor: Tyson Pellegrini Intro Editor: Paul Predu Executive Producer: Vishnu Vallabhaneni Producer: Ashley J. Woods and Hayden Hillier-Smith Thumbnail on YouTube: David Altizer --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
7/26/202330 minutes, 15 seconds
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MrBeast Is Throwing Out His Entire Strategy, Here's Why

⁠We record all remote interviews with Riverside. Sign up here⁠⁠ Join The JuiceClub⁠⁠ Get Cinematic Music With TrackClub In this in-depth analysis, we investigate the content evolution of YouTube sensation, Mr. Beast. Traditionally known for large-scale challenges and outlandish stunts, Mr. Beast is now focusing on the development of more complex narratives in his videos. This conversation centers on how Mr. Beast's team is incorporating nuanced storylines and detailed characters to drive higher viewer engagement. They're pivoting from simply showcasing grand locations and spectacles, opting for narratives that echo relatable experiences and evoke emotional responses.We discuss the concept of treating your audience with respect by not oversimplifying content, often referred to as the "top of your intelligence" approach. This method is tied to an uptick in viewer retention, as today's audiences appreciate content that engages them mentally and encourages active thought.A key point in our discussion is the formulaic nature of effective storytelling, with reference to the Dan Harmon circle. However, the successful implementation of this storytelling structure requires skill, something Mr. Beast and his team have been showcasing in recent videos. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
7/14/202333 minutes, 1 second
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From 0 to 2 Million Listens, How We Now Run Our Podcast

Riverside has been a key tool for us. Try it free and then use code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off! 00:00 PODCASTING IS HARD, But we'll show you how00:32 How We Come Up With Podcast Ideas01:32 How Should We Package Guests?02:23 Riverside is the best video podcasting tool03:33 How To Produce A Podcast07:09 How To Host A Podcast 08:50 How To Film A Podcast10:05 How To Hook Audiences Into Your Podcast14:42 How To Edit A Podcast Get straight into the mechanics of podcast production with this comprehensive video guide. Perfect for anyone planning to launch a podcast or improve an existing one. First off, we tackle pre-production. Understand the importance of setting clear podcast goals, selecting a format, and identifying your target audience. We also discuss the key aspect of securing engaging guests and the importance of a regular production schedule for your podcast's success. The video highlights the role of podcasting tools like Riverside, which simplify remote recording and enhance the editing process through separate audio and video track recording. We then dive into podcast editing. This is where raw audio becomes engaging stories. We share tips on how to trim down content for clarity and impact without losing its essence. The aim here is to respect the listener's time and increase content retention. Next, we look at post-production, explaining how to set up a strategic publishing schedule for consistent output. We also cover SEO techniques to boost your podcast's visibility and make sure your hard work gets noticed. Titles and thumbnails may seem minor, but they have a significant impact on attracting listeners. We share our approach to creating attention-grabbing visuals and compelling titles as part of your podcast production process. Finally, we provide a real-world perspective by sharing experiences from our podcasting journey, including the challenges we faced and how we overcame them. This video is a no-nonsense, practical guide packed with concrete tips, expert advice, and behind-the-scenes insights to improve your podcast production process. Tune in for a straightforward approach to creating compelling podcasts. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
7/6/202318 minutes, 52 seconds
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Can You Make Them Laugh and Cry? The Art of Blending Comedy and Drama

#filmmaking #tedlasso #editing We record all remote interviews with Riverside. Sign up here + code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off Join The JuiceClub Get Cinematic Music With TrackClub 00:00 How Does Ted Lasso Make Comedy and Drama Work? 02:15 Ted Lasso Believe Sign Put Back Together Locker Room Breakdown 03:42 Prioritising Cutting To Reactions 06:29 Riverside is the best video podcasting tool 07:47 Make Comedy Funny By Cutting Slowly 10:07 Holding On Reactions For Emotional Impact 13:40 Join Juice Club! 14:48 Get a free month of Trackclub 15:33 Ted Lasso Confronting Mom Editing Breakdown 17:33 Why You Should Motivate Your Cuts 18:25 Colin and Trent Talk About Coming Out Editing Breakdown 19:49 How The Final Rewrite Of The Script Is In The Editing 21:38 How To Balance Comedy and Drama Together 24:06 How Ted Lasso Breaks Down Toxic Masculinity and Rebuilds to Positive Masculinity Welcome to an insightful discussion with the creative minds behind Apple TV's award-winning show, 'Ted Lasso'. This video essay delves into the crafting process of filmmakers, video editors, and scriptwriters who bring the heartwarming stories and memorable characters to life on the screen. Our panel includes acclaimed editors Melissa McCoy and A.J. Catoline, and YouTube creators Jordan Orme and Hayden Hillier-Smith. In this enlightening conversation, we unpack the nuanced character dynamics, meticulous scripting, and thoughtful video editing techniques used in the show. Melissa and Aaron share their behind-the-scenes experiences, providing a peek into how crucial moments and scenes from 'Ted Lasso' were shaped, adapted, and perfected through the lens of video editing and script rewrites. Learn how they wield the power of narrative to balance drama and comedy, keeping viewers engrossed episode after episode. You'll discover how 'Ted Lasso' uniquely addresses themes of toxic masculinity and vulnerability, challenging stereotypes and expectations in mainstream media. Hear about how the team uses a sports backdrop to portray deep, relatable human emotions and interpersonal relationships. Gain insights into how they use character-based motivations to drive scene transitions and understand the philosophy behind their storytelling approach. This video offers invaluable insights not just for fans of 'Ted Lasso', but also budding filmmakers, scriptwriters, video editors, and anyone intrigued by the narrative construction of television shows. This dialogue aims to inspire creative thinking and appreciation for the intricate process of filmmaking and scriptwriting. Join us as we delve into the art and science of creating one of the most loved shows on Apple TV. Be part of the discussion and learn from the masters behind 'Ted Lasso'. #TedLasso #TedLassoSeason3 #TedLassoSeason3Episode12 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
6/22/202330 minutes, 10 seconds
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Michelle Khare Made The Best Editing On YouTube, Here’s How

We record all remote interviews with Riverside. Sign up here Join The JuiceClub Get Cinematic Music With TrackClub Watch  @MichelleKhare  "I Trained Like An Olympic Boxer" https://youtu.be/LZanXTAeqGc CHAPTERS: 00:00 Intro 01:22 Sparring scene breakdown 4:50 How Ryan got the editing job 5:22 How character relationships came first 9:19 Riverside is the best video podcasting tool 10:34 Breaking down the pre-fight editing 13:13 How do you know what to keep or cut? 19:33 Don’t tell the audeince how to feel 21:01 Join Jucie Club! 22:09 Get a free month of Trackclub 22:55 The secret shot to increase emotion 25:15 The story structure of the fight 30:00 Why the feature length documentary style on YouTube? 30:50 Breaking down the title sequence opening 33:49 Why is quality so important? 36:00 What is it like to work so hard? In this enlightening discussion, Michelle Khare, the YouTube trailblazer, reveals how her documentary, "I Trained Like an Olympic Boxer", shatters the stereotypes of typical YouTube content. Directed by Garrett Kendall and edited by Ryan Forsyth, this YouTube documentary pioneers a new era of premium content. It proves that viewer attention spans are not decreasing; they're just seeking better content. This video delves into the mechanics of creating premium content and explains why it's vital for filmmakers, editors, and YouTubers to focus on elevating their content game. It's a guide for creators wanting to challenge traditional media norms and show that YouTube can host impactful, emotionally resonant narratives. "I Trained Like an Olympic Boxer" is more than a documentary; it's a game-changer, demonstrating that silence can indeed be golden. This deep dive into YouTube content creation offers valuable insights for every YouTuber, editor, and filmmaker. Get ready to redefine your content strategy! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
6/15/202337 minutes, 24 seconds
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How To Make Travel Videos People Will ACTUALLY Watch

#filmmaking #travel #editing We record all remote interviews with Riverside - Sign up here Join The JuiceClub Get Cinematic Music With TrackClub We talk to travel filmmaker, Luke Korns, renowned for his unique storytelling style on YouTube. Luke prioritizes personal narratives over traditional landmarks, a refreshing approach that's earned him a distinct place in the world of travel vlogging. This Podcast explores Luke's filmmaking technique, unveiling how he creates captivating narratives. Learn about his unique blend of instinctive editing, impactful sound effects, and direct B-roll footage, elements that collectively breathe life into his stories. Experience a spontaneous journey from a passport mishap to an exploration of Morocco's desert. We delve into Luke's deep connection with a local named Iman and how this relationship influenced the storytelling process. This video offers insights into the process of creating travel content that resonates with viewers, emphasizing authenticity, and the crucial role of music and visuals. A valuable resource for filmmakers seeking to deepen their storytelling techniques and anyone interested in the creative process behind engaging travel content. Don't forget to like, share, and subscribe for more enlightening content on filmmaking and content creation. 00:00 Intro 00:51 Editing Breakdown On How To Edit Travel Videos 11:22 Editing With Your Heart 12:03 Riverside is the best video podcasting tool 13:18 How To Research A Travel Video 16:19 How To Find Story When Filming 20:07 How To Find The Deep End 21:32 Using Voiceovers In Editing 24:23 Join The JuiceClub 25:32 Trackclub has bloody good music 26:18 Content Warning 26:33 Luke's Greenland Video Editing Breakdown 31:46 Be Messy With Your Editing 32:45 Edit With Your Heart, Not Your Mind 35:04 What Is Luke's Editing Vision? 36:19 How Much Should You Film? 37:57 Macro Visualising Your Editing 40:25 Edit How You Feel, Now What You Think --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
6/8/202341 minutes, 7 seconds
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The $45 Million Movie Made With Only Screenshots

#filmmaking #editing #filmediting #storytelling #creative #videoessay #missingmovie #movie ⁠We record all remote interviews with Riverside. Sign up here with code EDITINGPODCAST for 20% off⁠ Get Funding For Your Content with Juice⁠ Get a free month of TrackClub with code EDITINGPODCAST 00:56 Riverside is the best video podcasting tool 02:05 Editing Breakdown 03:34 Sneaky Cuts 05:27 Contrast pace to draw the viewer in 06:56 How to stop pixelation on-screen recordings 09:06 These editors became the cinematographer 11:08 These editors became the actors too… 13:04 Get funding with Creative Juice 14:16 Trackclub has bloody good music 15:05 Audiences want to work for their meal 17:16 Can anyone make a screen life movie? You know in editing you use a screenshot, zoom in on detail and get low resolution pixels, it sucks. Well, these filmmakers figured out how to get high res screenshots, then used that method to tell a story entirely through a computer screen with the movie Missing (2023) starring Story Reid, and they made $45 million with it. The editing process and behind the scenes for the movie is incredible, and we want to unpack what is going on in here. SO we interviewed the editors of Missing Arielle Zakowski and Austin Keeling, and went behind the scenes on the process of telling the story through a computer screen with high resolution screen recordings, the technical details to HOW to make it look not pixellated, and their storytelling philosophies on how to guide the audience through mystery --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
4/13/202319 minutes, 4 seconds
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The Try Guy's Editor Mastered This, And You Can Too

We record all remote interviews with Riverside. Sign up here Get Funding For Your Content Get a free month of TrackClub Subscribe to  @YBChangOfficial  Watch YB's breakdown of "Without A Recipe" "The Try Guys Make Tacos Without A Recipe" Imagine editing this: You have six cameras constantly rolling, three hosts with their own ideas, and you must ensure everyone has enough screen time. It’s not easy. But  @YBChangOfficial , the Try Guys lead editor, makes it look effortless. It took incredible skill for her to get there, so we wanted to find out how YB makes her complex edits look easy. Chapters: 00:00 Intro 01:11 Remote podcasting with Riverside 02:19 “Without A Recipe” Editing Breakdown 04:41 Cutting a certain someone out 06:44 How to balance multiple characters 07:27 How pre-thoughts save the edit 11:03 “White People Taco Night” 12:15 How to multi-cam edit with 8+ cameras 16:19 Get funding with Creative Juice 17:31 Trackclub has bloody good music 18:19 3 editing tenants of The Try Guys 19:27 Music secrets of The Try Guys 21:22 How YB stays organized 23:25 Learning other editing softwares 25:46 Why stock assets are slept on 26:58 How the Try Guys editing team works 29:00 How to make a joke land 29:51 Try Guys editing workflow 32:54 How YB started editing 35:50 Why working with the Try Guys is rewarding 37:38 How the Try Guys emulate traditional media 38:48 YB’s advice for editors 39:45 Hayden’s embarrassing Try Guys shoot Hosts:  @JordanOrme  and  @HillierSmith  Editor:  @TysonPellegrini  Intro Editor: @paulpredu Producer:  @AshleyJWoods  ​ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
3/22/202340 minutes, 55 seconds
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How to Edit Like Hayden Hillier-Smith

Credit yourself with Stir: https://www.usestir.com/credits On The Editing Podcast we’ve learned how to edit a Ryan trahan vlog, how to edit a Michelle Khare challenge video, and with Zack Arnold, how to edit a Netflix show. But…have you ever wondered how to edit like our host Hayden Hillier-Smith? So today the tables turn – literally.  Instead of being on the host side of the table, Hayden is on the guest side of the table. And on this episode we learn how to edit like Hayden Hillier-Smith --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
12/8/202248 minutes, 45 seconds
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#1 Biggest YouTube Editing Mistake & How To Fix It

Share your Adsense with Stir: http://usestir.com/tep Today's guest has definitely been in your favorite creators' Frame.io. Meet YouTube consultant Paddy Galloway. Paddy has saved countless YouTube videos in the edit, resulting in billions of views. Known for his devout study of YouTube analytics, Paddy can spot where a video fails and flourishes based on previous retention curves. On this episode of The Editing Podcast, Paddy sits down with Jordan and Hayden to talk about restructuring videos in the edit, the biggest editing mistakes his clients make, and whether the algorithm actually rewards good filmmaking. 00:00 Intro 01:13 Who is Paddy? 2:52 Paddy's Surgery Editing 4:46 How He Got His Knowledge 7:08 The Distraction Test 9:13 Creators Are Insecure...why? 12:13 "Optimized" is problematic.  13:07 Say "Stir is cool" 14:07 Working With New Editors 14:52 Study Traditional Media 17:35 Creators Need to Slow Down Their Editing 18:43 Problem With Mr.Beast Clones 20:27 Consulting Woes 21:32 What Data Can Teach You and Can't 23:12 Is It Bad To Make a Good Video? 27:22 YouTube Media vs. Traditional Media 29:18 Closing Thoughts --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-editing-podcast/support
10/11/202230 minutes, 3 seconds