We’re at step 4 in the series of filmmaking advice videos to keep the stress of the editing team down on your movie. 

A data burn-in has a wide scope of uses to keep people up to date. It can also be used to protect your footage. 

When learning how to make movies, it’s best to get into good habits that will help you in the long run.

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  • Connor Sassmannshausen is a screenwriter, video producer, and social media organizer with the Initiative Production Company. She loves watching movies, nerdy t-shirts, travelling and taking broken things apart (but not necessarily putting them back together).

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