NAGAADA FILM STUDIO & POST PRODUCTION HOUSE
In Post-Production, many people are involved, and trusting each other is perhaps more critical than at any other point in the filmmaking process. Post-Production is the final phase, and it is the glue that binds the film together. So, what exactly is Post-Production? Who is involved? What should you think about before getting started? Let’s have a look at what we have got.
Editors, sound engineers, artists, colorists, and other experts are involved in post-production. In addition, you can find some universal practices in television, movies, and other visual arts. However, the post-production process will differ based on the size of the production, its budget, and which sector you are working in.
After the filming is over, the post-production step continues with editing the visual and audio components. All of the duties related to cutting raw film, combining that footage, adding music, dubbing, and sound effects, to name a few, are referred to as post-production. Depending on the project’s scale and scope, the post-production process might take anywhere from a few months to a year.