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Film and Video Editors and Camera Operators
Transcript of Film and Video Editors and Camera Operators
Most film and video editors and camera operators are required a bachelors degree that is in someway related to film pr broadcasting.
Some employers may offer training to editors in the kind of software that they use. And, camera operators may be given a chance to have a brief on-the-job training.
Employment and Job Outlook
About 58,900 jobs are held in these occupations.
They typically work wherever they are needed to film and/or edit.
There was expected to be an 18% growth from 2014 to 2024
Earnings/Salary and Technology use
Median Salary -
Film and Video Editors:$61,750
Range of Salary-
Film and Video Editors:$26,270 - $155,840
Camera Operators:$25,070 - $105,120
The filmers use cameras to record the things they need to, and the editors use computers to edit the material given to them by the filmers.
Nature of Work
Film and video editors work to edit motion pictures. They produce the final product of things such as movies, music videos, T.V. shows, etc.
Camera operators, quite obviously, operate the cameras that record movies and things of the like.
Film and Video Editors and
Presented By: Krisan Herrington
January 26, 2017