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This video editing trend is everything you could want to see

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Quarantine is all about finding things to kill time. And after over a month of Quarantine, I think there is little that surprises us anymore. Well, I for sure had a good time watching Shrek, Zootopia, and The Bee Movie all in 19 minutes. How you may ask? As COVID-19 Coronavirus (SARS-CoV2) has brought us all the time in the world, we have time to surf the internet for all the weird video editing trends we can find. And weird, we found. This video editing trend that I didn’t know existed is something I didn’t know I needed in my life. As I was scrolling through my phone, I found this video on YouTube that goes,

Shrek but every time he takes a step, it goes 5% faster. And the video editing is done to make it so that the movie ends in less than 10 minutes.

Why this video editing trend is everything you could want to see

Okay so, if you are someone who has serious issues with being actually able to sit through watching movies (like me), this video editing trend is for you. With the little attention span I have, this was probably my first time watching Zootopia til the end. Every video edit has a different element making it faster for example, ‘The Entire Bee Movie but every time it says bee it speeds up by 15%’. I mean, you can watch the ENTIRE Bee Movie in 5:39 minutes. Isn’t that a treat?

Although, I would say that there is one tiny concern. Once the movie becomes too fast, it is hard to keep up. But it is still fun to see the movie as it goes from a normal pace to hard decipher. Personally, it is enjoyable and at least by the end of an hour, you can say you’ve watched a lot of movies in a day. Even though it is all thanks to a video editing trend.

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