Wishful Wednesday: Spend More Time Editing

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Welcome to another of Wishful Wednesday, where you can wish for any ans anything in the notion that it could one day come through.  Today I wish that I would spend more time editing.

Lately I have come across quite a new battlefield of video editing and grammar correction with my projects that requires more time than they are given.  I can’t lie I am a fairly business juggling many roles in my life and many different areas of media, and the more time I spend in one field kills the performance of another field.  The crazy thing is I know my quality of work is pretty good, but I know it’s that extra fine tuning and finesse time in editing is what would make my ok good quality production even greater and more dynamic.

I could remember back in the days when I use to master each software and fine tuning that made me great, but seeing I have eo much on my plate and have to take an great deal of extra time learning and editing makes me a bit lazy.  I have became caught by the desire to produce more than make my projects more deeper.

I need to sit my butt down and edit away.  Grab the coffee or energy drink, not too kuch of it though and edit away.  I tested out editing today for a project for a contest and was so edited by the results, that it has me hungry to go in the editing lab.

Do you spend quality of time producing your work?  Whether its a essay, a story or a song?  Do you wish you would spend more time fixing it up and getting great quality work?

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A Big Win In The Office Today

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I am pulling my hair out over the excitement of the win in the office today.  After weeks and weeks of craziness with my computers and production studio, finally things seems to be going the right way today.  Boy oh boy how I so excited.  Dreamweaver is finally back on my computer and so is my Sony Vegas.  The software cds were catching lots of errors and I had to do a whole lot of rebooting and computer tech tricks to bring my programs to life to work how I wanted them to.  Though there is still major works still left to do, like installing Pro Tools, Microsoft Office, and couple music and video converters, I am also back to my ultimate production station.