I have two video editors on my team who edit all my videos for me. It’s amazing to have them as part of the team that supports this community now, but they weren’t always here. Several years ago I learned the value of hiring a video editor for my YouTube channel. It started with one guy who learned to use Premiere Pro just to edit my videos and now I have two people who edit so my time is free to work on developing the business side of my channel.
It can be a tough transition for a YouTube creator to give up editing their videos. Sometimes the issues that come out actually affect the person who’s editing for you, too. So these are my top 10 tips for working with a hired video editor for your YouTube channel so both you and the editor experience success in your working relationship so your YouTube community ultimately wins.
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