What is a video montage?
When to use a montage.
Video by Se Park
Show the passage of time.
Set the scene.
Recap a special event.
Showcase a product or brand.
Best practices for video montages.
Set expectations in the first frame.
Use your first seconds wisely.
“In the 21st century, we have an attention span shorter than a goldfish — nine seconds. So engage the audience as much as possible as quickly as possible,” says Park. Don’t wait to get into the good stuff. Lead with strong shots and you’ll have a much better chance of retaining viewers’ interest from beginning to end.
Bring out your inner filmmaker.
Montages are some of the most versatile — and fun — videos you can make. Anyone can do it, and even experts take a montage one clip at a time. Remember that a little planning can make the process much smoother for you down the road.
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