The video editor takes the raw recorded files from the broadcaster, processes them, and uploads them to YouTube (or whatever).
No learner (or anyone not staff) video, audio, names, etc. are present in the recordings.
Removing breaks and other dead time.
Splitting videos into useful chunks (e.g. per-episode), perhaps equal with the next one:
Good Table of Contents information so learners can jump to the right spots (this also helps with “good description”.)
Modern: livestream method
Modern livestream courses produce videos without any learners in
them. In this case, using
https://github.com/coderefinery/ffmpeg-editlist is sufficient. Look
at that repo for instructions. As an example, check out
https://github.com/AaltoSciComp/video-editlists-asc for some past
workshops. For example,
kickstart-2022-winter.yaml is a
reasonable starting point to copy.
It’s our standard to have these videos on YouTube by the same evening the course is held. It may be hard, but it’s better to reduce the quality to make it happen quickly than wait a while to get it perfect (otherwise it might not happen at all).
If the learner Zoom is recorded
If learners may be in the recordings, they need detailed checking before they can be posted. See Video checking OLD for the preparation work and Video editing OLD for the processing work.
In practice, if things are recorded this way, they are almost never released because it is too much work and it never gets done.