Editing part 1: the basics
This series of short films breaks down one of the most essential parts of television and video production – the edit. First, getting your material organised
Editing part 2: refining your rough cut
In the second of our films on the basics of editing, we look at the process of refining your material and building your rough cut
Editing part 3: the final finish
You've found the story in the rushes and added music and pictures to bring it to life. Now it’s time to add the final polish to create your finished piece
StrangeCast: Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell
An interactive guide to the making of BBC One drama Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell
Using music in your production
Inspiring, moving, or really irritating, music is a must for most programmes today. Why has it become so important and how do you make sure it enhances rather than ruins your production?
Clear sound: Making the most of post
George Foulgham, award winning dubbing mixer, on making the most of post
Profile: editor, observational documentary
How do you make an observational documentary about a highly emotive and contentious subject without commentary? Editor Ben Brown on working on BBC Three's Life and Death Row.
Case study: compositing
Using compositing to combine elements from different shots - editor Nial Brown shows us an example from EastEnders.