Editors take different pieces of video that have been recorded and arrange them to create a story.
Producers provide scripts for the editors to follow to create the story.
Video footage is loaded onto a computer and organized. It is then imported in a video editing software such as Adobe Premiere Pro.
Editors then search through the video footage to figure out which parts they want to use for the story.
Editors use transitions between clips to help connect them and smooth the cut from one clip to another.
Editors also make sure the video looks as good as possible using color correction tools.
A completed, edited video could have anywhere from a couple of cuts and transitions all the way up to hundreds even thousands.