Post-production

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Post-production occurs in the making of audio recordings, films/movies, videos and television programmes. It is the general term for all stages of production occurring after the actual recording and ending with the completed record, film or video.

Post-production is in fact many different processes grouped under one name. These typically include:

Typically, the post-production phase of creating a film takes longer than the actual shooting of the film, and can take several months to complete.

Other film production stages include (very broadly) - financing, pre-production, writing the screenplay, rewriting the screenplay (repeat), and the actual shooting.

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[edit] Major post-production companies include

[edit] Reference

  • Paul Read. A Short History of Cinema Film Post-Production (1896 - 2006). In: Joachim Polzer (editor). Zur Geschichte des Filmkopierwerks. (On Film Lab History). Weltwunder der Kinematographie. Beiträge zu einer Kulturgeschichte der Filmtechnik. Volume 8.2006. April 2006. 336 pages. (available through amazon.de) -- ISBN 3-934535-26-7

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[edit] External links

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