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Post-Production Basics

Post-production is when you review the material that you've recorded, edit it down into useable segments, add effects and music, and then assemble it so that it matches the plans you laid out in pre-production.

Choosing best of Multiple Scenes and Takes
Once the crew is back at the studio, the footage that was shot must be reviewed, so that the best of the takes of individual scenes can be identified. This process is called shot- or tape-logging. Each shot should be evaluated for talent performance, camera work, audio quality and so on.

The person responsible for putting the finished video program together is called the Editor. This person will assemble the program, adding narration, sound effects, background music, and titles and graphics as needed.

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