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On today’s Tech, No Babel: Should you do video the standard way or a special way?

Sometimes you’ll want to go with the tried and true method that everyone uses, but sometimes you need to tweak things to get better results. Here are some things to consider.

Pro:
Standard:
1. Tried and true.
2. Easier to add experienced people in.
3. Available training resources.

Special:
1. Test out new ideas.
2. Communicate better when you know the system.
3. Over time, it could yield better video.

Con:
Standard:
1. Rigid.
2. Training is still required for people new to all video.
3. Resources may be too plentiful or confusing.

Special:
1. Reinventing the wheel.
2. Excludes seasoned video folk.
3. Might yield worse results.

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