This happened to me. I didn't get all the footage in my laptop. Also, the most important footage of the cheer was filmed without audio. Because of this, the video wasn't engaging. As a resultant, I couldn't finish the video on time and I am now working with the footage from the library cameras and the resolution of the film is completely different, making our video look less professional.
All of this are errors that happen because of lack of experience and planning. But it has happened to us many times. It seems like it will happen the first time each one of us actually takes responsibility to edit videos by himself. In order to avoid this, we could present our experience and errors to our peers. Then, by coming up with solutions, we should be able to avoid this and any other kind of error we face.
Even though I worked really hard, I wasn't successful, and we can relate this to lack of collaborating. There is a difference between working in groups and collaborating. In this second option, each one does tasks separately, but each of this tasks join at the end to form a product. Because of some small errors at the beginning everything in the system got damaged, just as a snowball falling from the cliff or the famous domino effect. Hopefully, we are becoming more efficient and this won't happen again. I belief people will emulate our positive actions and learn from our errors. This is vital for us to get ourselves and our work out there, for everybody, and show people what we are capable of and teach them why we do what we do.