Here's what the new Star Wars trailer would look like if George Lucas made it.
French team Collectif Hotu created this video named '87 bounces' where a basketball wanders through 24 different movies. Nice work of editing, don't you think?
You'll find the list of the movies they used under the video player.
The editing is flawless and the video is beautiful. It will definitely make you want to visit Turkey.
The original interview video that went viral few days ago.
And the music video with Eminem and Dr Dre
A dad uses his editing skills to make short action movies using footage of his son's everyday activities and adding special effects.
A guy shot an innocent video of two of his friends hanging out in the city and added romantic music and slow motion to turn it into a funny "true bromance" video. They did not like it...
A simple but clever montage from seasons 3 to 5.
NSFW because you know, Jesse Pinkman.. and also Hank
"Spoiler alert": the major twist in Fight Club is that Edward Norton's character suffers from a split personality disorder and is in fact the same person than Tyler Durden, played in the movie by Brad Pitt.
What happens here is that Brad Pitt has been digitally removed from the scene..
Can you imagine what the movie would truly be like if Tyler Durden was completely removed from all scenes?
He used for that a 4-minute video shot from the Washington Street bridge in San Diego and his After Effects skills. He says there's absolutely no CG elements, all the cars are real.
Guy says no artificial reverb was added. Can't tell if it's legit but anyway, the whole video editing is awesome.
You’re probably not without knowing that Ricky Gervais’ laugh is hilarious, well, that’s what it would be like if everyone laughed like him…
It’s funny how music and sounds can make you see something in a totally different way…
That’s some brilliant editing we’ve got here. The clips are so short and yet so easily recognizable…
What a crazy piece of editing! So, basically, the guys behind this video searched through more than 5 thousand Getty pictures to put together this amazing 1-minute video (15 images per second).