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Podcast Editing & Podcast Script Writing

Hey there, fellow podcasters! I’m Guy, the founder of 452 Impact, Inc. dba OasisThemes, EMS Productions, and The Coffee Mouth Scarecrow Show.

Are You having difficulties with your podcast audio? Tired of it taking too much time to edit your podcast?

My team and I are here to take your raw podcast audio and turn it into a masterpiece. With over two decades of experience in the audio editing and mixing industry, I’ve got the skills to manage my teams and the knowledge to make your podcast shine.

This is what you can expect to get when you order a Gig from us.

Use expert tools and professional gear to edit my work

Master your audio so it sounds professional
Cut unwanted parts, long pauses, ums, ahs, repetitions, or stutters
Perform noise reduction and remove/reduce all background noises
Add intro, outro, adds, music, or anything else to your podcast
Deliver a fully produced episode ready for uploading
Can be converted into any format that you like

I can also add cover art, logo, or anything else to your podcast. I can also turn it into a video. Ask me for a custom price if you need any of these additional services.

Podcast Editing / Podcast Script Writing FAQ

Color grading is the process of adjusting the colors and tones of a video or image to achieve a desired look or mood. It involves changing the brightness, contrast, saturation, and hue of different color ranges within the footage or image. Color grading can be used to create a consistent visual style across a project, to enhance the emotional impact of a scene, or to correct color imbalances caused by lighting or camera settings.

There are many tools available for color grading, including software programs like Adobe Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve, and Final Cut Pro. These programs offer a range of tools and options for adjusting color, from simple sliders and presets to advanced features like curves and scopes.

Color grading can be a complex and time-consuming process, especially for larger projects. It often requires a skilled colorist or editor with a keen eye for detail and a thorough understanding of color theory and grading techniques. However, with the right tools and techniques, even beginners can achieve professional-looking results.

Sound design and mixing are two crucial aspects of the audio production process that are used to enhance the quality of sound in various mediums, such as film, television, video games, and music.

Sound design involves creating and manipulating sounds to convey a particular emotion, atmosphere, or idea. It includes the creation of sound effects, ambient sounds, and music. Sound designers use a range of tools and techniques, such as field recording, synthesis, and sampling, to create original sounds or modify existing ones.

Mixing, on the other hand, involves combining different audio elements into a cohesive and balanced final product. It includes adjusting the volume, panning, and equalization of individual tracks to create a clear and well-defined sound. Mixing also involves adding effects, such as reverb and compression, to enhance the sound and give it depth and character.

Both sound design and mixing are essential for creating a high-quality audio experience that can evoke emotions and captivate audiences. They require technical knowledge, creativity, and attention to detail, and are typically done by professionals with specialized skills and training.

Motion graphics refers to animated visual elements, typically used in video or film production, that combine graphics, text, and sometimes sound to convey a message or tell a story. Motion graphics can range from simple animations to complex, multi-layered compositions that incorporate 3D elements, special effects, and more.

Motion graphics are often used in various contexts, including commercials, television shows, movies, and online videos. They can be used to explain concepts, illustrate data, or create an engaging visual experience.

The creation of motion graphics typically involves using software such as Adobe After Effects, Blender, or Cinema 4D to create and animate visual elements. Motion graphics designers may also incorporate other media such as photographs, illustrations, and video footage into their work.

Overall, motion graphics are a powerful tool for creating visually engaging and informative content in a variety of settings.

A YouTube thumbnail image is a small, clickable image that appears next to a video title in search results, suggested videos, and on the video page itself. It serves as a preview of what viewers can expect to see in the video and can often influence whether or not someone decides to click and watch the video. 

Thumbnails are typically sized at 1280 x 720 pixels and should be eye-catching, visually appealing, and relevant to the content of the video. Many creators spend time creating custom thumbnails for their videos to help them stand out and attract more views.

It means that we are willing to work with video footage that is up to 30 minutes long and hasn’t been edited or processed in any way. Essentially, we are open to receiving video that is in its most basic form – without any color correction, sound adjustments, or other editing. Once I have the file(s), I’ll be able to use it to create whatever end product we’ve discussed!

A more detailed answer is: Raw provided footage refers to the unedited and unprocessed video or audio recordings that are captured by a camera or a recording device. This footage is typically the initial source material that is used in the post-production process of film-making, video production, or audio production. Raw provided footage is often captured in high quality and contains all the information that was recorded by the camera or recording device, including any mistakes, background noise, or other imperfections.

In contrast to edited footage, raw provided footage has not been altered in any way, and it requires additional work to turn it into a final product. This can include color correction, sound mixing, editing, and adding special effects. Raw provided footage is important because it allows filmmakers and video producers to have complete creative control over their projects, and to manipulate the footage in any way they see fit to achieve their desired final product.

We use Different Adobe programs depending on the job, for example; Final Cut Pro X.

Our professional video editing rates are  $150 per hour. After the first hour, the cost is  $25 per additional 10-minute increment.
Example: 60 minutes = $150  (or 6 increments of 10 minutes @ $25 each = $150)  
Please note: We do not change increments of time for editing. The editing studio time is per hour.
Few editors charge per minute of edited video because production complexity varies so greatly.
The average price to edit a 30-second, pre-shot video is $150 to $175, ( 1 hour  – 1 hour which includes basic 2-D graphics, image, and audio enhancements. 
The average price to edit a three-minute, pre-shot video is $350 to $400, which includes basic 2-D graphics, image, and audio enhancements. 
The average price to edit a 30-minute, pre-shot video is $1,000, which also includes basic 2-D graphics, image, and audio enhancements.

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