- Post-production consists of many different processes grouped under one name.
These typically include:
- When content is shot on film it is typically transferred to video, DPX, or OpenEXR with a telecine or a more modern film scanning machine.
- Editing the content of the film or television program.
- Writing, (re)recording, and editing the soundtrack.
- Adding visual effects – mainly computer-generated imagery (CGI) which is then composited into the frame.
- Sound design, sound effects, ADR, foley, and music, culminating in a process known as sound re-recording or mixing with professional audio equipment.
- Stereoscopic 3D conversion in the case of content that was shot in 2D which is scheduled to have a 3D release
- Color grading (and color correction) in a color suite.
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