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What is Post Production?
Before starting to specify your requirements to your next Post Production project, it is very important to understand what it's all about. The digital era has never been diversified regardless of of the particular set of skills that our Post Production providers will be able to assist you with. Hiring the ideal service for your job starts with the right definition of your needs.
The traditional term for post-production is “telecine,” and although this technique is waning in popularity it refers to the events that take place after shooting. In an ideal production schedule, editing has already started while you’re still in principal photography (though not necessarily finalizing your edit), meaning when you deliver dailies or pickup shots (or if you’re working sensitively with something like archival content) all of those scenes should be completed and edited before they need to get cut into a bigger scene at its proper length.
Post Production refers to what happens after the first creation. In the film industry, Post Production refers to anything that happens after the filming of a film, but before the Post Production section goes to perform on the film itself. In most filmmaking, Post Production describes added elements or other unmanned elements which aren't actually part of the true live film shoot. For example, computer-animated images or 3D components are inserted to movies when they've been taken, but the Post Production division doesn't yet have them added to the picture until the Post Production team is finished with the movie. In order to finish their tasks, most Post Production teams outsource various parts of a film to various Post Production bureaus.