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Old 21st April 2019
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Re: Recommended reading

Going back to the original question regarding how to learn editing techniques I think you will struggle to beat YouTube. It's free and there is a wealth of excellent, and of course not so excellent, videos and teachers on there. I find it a great way to learn new techniques or work out how to do something.

I have had books in the past but they tend to be very expensive, very wordy and overlong. I've disposed of most of them in favour of keeping a YouTube library of good videos. Some people prefer books of course but it's personal preference as always.

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