We wrote the book on post-production workflow, literally. 100,000 words on everything you need to know, from capture to delivery, with contributions from the world’s most brilliant post-production minds.
We dive into camera technology so that you can start your workflow off right, covering topics like cameras, codecs, and color spaces.
A lot has to happen between the time when the director yells “cut” and the editors begin their work. Syncing, backups, checksums, and more.
Whether it takes a team of twenty or a solo artist, the editorial process is balance of artistry and technical details.
The conform translates the film from the language of the editor to that of the color and sound teams. The tiniest details make or break this stage.
We all know that VFX creates new worlds, but it can also save a huge amount of time and money in this world (when done properly).
The colorist puts the final polish on the film, using specialized tools to shift the audience’s mood from moment to moment.
Sound is the invisible half of the film. The sound team will record new effects, polish what’s already there, and mix it all together.
At the final step in the process, each piece of media is packaged together and optimized for each medium: web, broadcast, theatrical, mobile…
We walk you through the details of a range of different workflows, from Hollywood tentpoles to wedding videos, so you can see the tradeoffs.
Video collaboration solved.