Whether Teaching is a good career choice or not, is purely a subjective answer.
For some who are dedicated to their profession give in their 100%, whereas for some it is just a means to be busy and they just take the job for granted.
Now it is upto you, to realise where you fit in and carry on accordingly.
If Teaching is a passion, then one can also teach at NGO or coaching classes after their whole day work.
It completely depends on the persons outlook.
Wish you good luck....
While loving video games is a great starting point, becoming a video game developer requires a combination of passion, technical skills, and creativity. It's important to understand that playing games and making them are two different experiences. However, your love for games can provide valuable insights into what makes a game engaging and enjoyable. Starting with simpler yet addictive games, like Retro Bowl can be a fantastic way to get your feet wet. Such games emphasize solid gameplay mechanics and user engagement, which are core principles in game development. As you grow and le
There is almost nothing which can be done without technology.
Video editing is a part of media and communication domain. There are sophisticated softwares available for video editing, etc. These softwares are like God for such domain professionals.
The only important thing in video editing is technology and it is a very much to learn it. You will not be able to find a job and get a job where technology is not required or known.
You should software applications relating to media industry to survive and rise.
A very intersting and an out of the box question.
Generally when we talk of editing, the first thing, we see is the [Media Industry].
So it is a must thingy that you need to be a Mass-media gradaute.
But since this course is not taught in the 3 years BMM, course, you need to opt for additional certificate short term courses.
But since Gradaution is a must, you can opt for a BMM degree and specilise in Advertisement, this will give you the basic knowledge relating to print media, graphics and coral.
Further on, as a video editor, you need to have knowledge regarding:
Hi Ria,Firstly have you made a final decisionSecondly if you have made the decision, then why are you having a second thought.Being a creative field and I am assuming you are creative too, why dont you add on to some magic in this field and make it advantageous to you.Anyways coming to your question.Firstly if you have made a decision please do not have a second thought in your mind.As far as animations being a good career or not, would completely depend on you.If you are good with imagination or rather good visualization skills, whereby you can put life into a lifeless objects or atleast try
Dear Friend,As per your query let me highlight some of the prominent personalities of Media and Entertainment Industry in India.Arnab Goswami : He is one of the most highly rated journalist in India English News Channels he is editor in chief of TIMES NOW. popular shows that he host are The Newshour,Frankely Speaking With Arnab. Rajdeep Sardesai : Rajdeep Sardesai is one of the most respectable journalist of News channel in India, He is editor in Cheif of IBN18 Network which has channels like CNN IBN, IBN&, IBN Lokmat. He is the son of Indian cricketer Deelip Sardesai.Prabhu Cha
In fact, working as a video editor is not as easy as it seems. When choosing the right image hard to settle on just one. You are constantly in some kind of creative search. It's like completing a quest
To know about the typical day of a Video Editor, please watch the video below:The day starts with checking the important emails and writing to the clients about the work they have done so far. They also get involved in new projects and therefore meet the prospective stakeholders. The meetings take up quite a lot of time before they get to their main work. The work starts with editing the videos that are in progress and making sure they are as per the client's requirement. They work on various video editing software and ensure the best quality videos. The raw videos often lack that professi
A film or video editor is responsible for assembling recorded raw material into a finished product suitable for broadcasting. The material may consist of camera footage, dialogue, sound effects, graphics and special effects. This is a key role in the post-production process and the editor's skill can determine the quality and delivery of the final product. The editor may be part of a team and they will usually work closely with the director to achieve the desired end result.The majority of film/video editors are employed on a freelance basis, working on short-term contracts for post-produc