April 25, 2017, 2:43 p.m.

The VFX Editor incorporates and updates all required versions of visual effects shots into the current cuts of the VFX / live action sequences. The VFX Editor also has the ability to create a functioning environment where the Visual Effects Supervisor can evaluate any version of any shot in the current sequences, for aesthetic and technical direction. This position works closely with producers to manage all incoming media and outgoing deliverables.


There is no formal educational qualification required to enter into this profession. All one needs is the training in the computer systems and programs used in digital video/film editing and an interest in editing visual media. Formal education in VFX editing is an added advantage to the career progress. Being Imaginative and techno-savy are essential for this profession.


The role of the VFX Editing in modern TV and film has grown to be equal to and often larger than more traditional departments like color and sound. With this much growth there is naturally more work for someone in editorial to do. This is where the role of the visual effects editor comes in. They organize, track, and communicate information between editorial and the VFX department for what can often be hundreds of shots. No longer only for big action movies, nowadays every show needs visual effects. Besides media houses, large film studios, electronic news channel groups, one can also find wide ranging opportunities in various production houses scattered all across the country.

With some years of experience and expertise gained in video editing, a VFX Editor's career is on the smooth track with high pay-package and other benefits. A creative and experienced video editor working for a large studio can earn a salary of anywhere between Rs. 25, 000 to Rs. 75,000 per month. One can also have the liberty to work as a freelance in a firm where he could be paid on hourly basis.


VFX Editors have to adapt to the new digital technology. The job demands an extra level of creativity. The challenge to the industry is the scarcity of proper VFX training and education. A VFX world tends to be a freelance world, so one who is aware of technological updates can only propel their career in this job. 


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If you find our platform fertile, register your company details to http://www.nationalskillindiamission.in/member/registration/2/.  We assure you that we will provide skilled and proficient employees apt for the job role you offer.


There are many unemployed graduates in our country today. It is because their qualifications and skills do not match job market needs. A mere 20% of today’s workforce has the skills needed for 60% of the jobs that will be arising within the next five to ten years. So it is not important whether you are graduated or not but it is time to upgrade your skills to suit for a particular job that you apply for. To solve the imbalance, all you need is to assess your skills based on your job role and get skill assessed. If you choose to, we will assess your skills. And if you encounter a skill gap, we’ll provide you with the gap filling opportunity to acquire more contemporary, relevant skills and continue your career journey. We will act as an aid to get you fit into appropriate jobs. We will also send your Skill Assessment Record to various HR and industrial heads for better placement opportunities.

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