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Post-Production - The Workflow

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Edmond Hiew

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Transcript of Post-Production - The Workflow

The Workflow
Post Production
What is Post-production workflow?
Companies applied
FUTURE STEPS
How to approach
SOCIAL NETWORKS?
STAGES OF WORKFLOW
Post-Production - The Workflow

Edmond Hiew
My Background
PLANNING
INGESTING
EDITING
MIXING AUDIO
ADDING EFFECTS
OUTPUTTING
FREE LANCING?
ENVY POST PRODUCTION?
SETTING UP
Period of time
www.edmondhiew.com
"I love editing. It's one of my favorite parts about film making." - Steven Spielberg
Choosing the basic workflow
Online or Offline
Choosing the right strategy
Projects with a lot of media
Set up of your editing system
General term for capturing or importing video
Logging is the process of identifying which shots you want to ingest for editing
Arranging these raw materials into a final edited sequence of clips
Once the sequence is completed and locked, you can begin to work extensively on the audio
Adding sound effects, music, and voice over on additional audio tracks in the sequence
Mixing the levels of all the different clips together to create a balanced sound mix
Creating effects tends to be more time-consuming than cuts only editing.
Effects are any enhancements you want to make to your footage:
color correction
animation
still or motion graphics
titles
Multiple editing software you will use
Quality checks are important
Ingest media files anytime, but usually before you start editing
ENVY Post
Three ingest station
40 terabyte Avid Unity server
Five different post production houses, around London, each has it's own purpose
Rough cut in movie sequence
Fine-tuning, subtly adjusting the edit points between clips
Basic audio editing and synchronizing
Offline/Online?
ENVY Post
One of five ENVY's site focus on Online, grading, 3D, VFX, Audio (including a Dolby licensed Studio)
What I've learned
Very posh working place
Communication
Definitely underestimated my expectation
Learned to make 'real' latte
How the industry worked in post production stage
Not easy as a runner
Andrew Mitchell, senior editor for Gold Rush
Top Gear - Resolution
Discovery Channel don't like national branding
Corner of reality shows/documentary can sometimes show the letter 'PP'
Two different paperwork, first a list of the edit from raw. Second list of edit from the offline editors
WOO's used commonly on TV programme.
Online editors need to rely on offline editors frequently
Guy, offline editor
Backing up and storing all client's footage
Takes footage and reduces the HD resolution to 15:1 to edit
Then gives to online editor to make the footage look pretty by grading and ready for broadcast
Data management
Connected to large AVID server mirrored to provide max security for both project and media files
Simply export your choice of medium
Perhaps wise to know who your end user is:
Broadcast
TV
Web
Which format?
Standard Definition
High Definition
25, 30, frames per second
PAL or NTSC
Industry Workflow
Scripting


Pre-production


Production


Post-production


Distribution
Planning


Setting Up


Ingesting


Editing


Mixing Audio


Adding Effects


Outputting
There are no hard or fast rules for editing
Different editors have different working styles
This is how I would approach it
Offline editors or MCR room store clients footage
Drama
Documentaries
Comedy
Motion graphics
VFX
Animation
Top Gear
The Voice
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