Digital video editing programs assist in the organization and editing of home videos and other types of video clips. This process typically involves three steps.
- Input. Captured video and audio files are sent to the system unit for processing.
- Editing. The files are subdivided into a series of clips or scenes that can be merged to form a new file and special effects such as title screens and animations can be added.
- Output. The edited video is stored on hard disks or on optical disks for later viewing or additional editing.
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