overedit

overedit

(ˌəʊvərˈɛdɪt)
vb
to edit too much
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Resist the temptation to overedit, add special effects or otherwise clutter up the viewer's experience of your work.
I have a tendency to underwrite and overedit, with too much focus on moving the story forward at the expense of character development.
But the current page limits may lead some authors to overedit the cases.
The bountiful selection demonstrated Simpson's process of relearning how to draw, after nearly three decades of taking pictures, and a desire not to overedit.
In this aspect, Women and the Law contrasts favorably with Bartlett's text, which tends to overedit and loses a great deal of subtlety in the process.