OAIFC – The Steps !

Our studio have a lot of experience in video editing, which means cinematic, television, and electronic editing.

Adopt basic steps in the montage process:

  1. Organized the footage
  2. Assembly Cut
  3. Inserts, Close up & cut Always
  4. Fine-tuning
  5. Clean Up

We will explain each step separately in the next section

Organized the Footage

  • Bin: a folder to store videos in
  • Import footage: Similarly, in computer terminology, “import” means to bring a file from a different program into the one you’re using
  • File Name: Name a file with your detail like date, client name or footage name, etc.
  • B roll: B-roll is secondary footage, often used as cutaway footage, to provide context and visual interest to help tell your story

Assembly Cut

  • The assembly cut is also known as the first or the rough cut
  • it contains the main message of the video and is generally based on the main camera footage.

Inserts, Close up & cut Always

This guiding principle represents a commitment to meticulous attention to detail, impactful storytelling, and seamless editing—a hallmark of professional filmmaking.


  • There is the process of the cut where an editor finds the rhythm.
  • When to cut?
  • Where to cut?

Clean Up

  • Sound Mastering: The process of preparing and transferring recorded audio from a source containing the final mix to a data storage device (the master), the source from which all copies will be produced
  • Color correction: Color correction is a technical process that fixes color issues and makes footage appear as naturalistic as possible.