post-production Articles

Post-production is part of filmmaking and the video production process. It occurs in the making of motion pictures, television programs, radio programs, advertising, audio recordings, photography, and digital art. It is a term for all stages of production occurring after the actual end of shooting and/or recording the completed work.
Post-production is, in fact, many different processes grouped under one name. These typically include:
Typically, the post-production phase of creati...

The Benefits of Using A Green Screen For Your Web Videos

The Benefits of Using A Green Screen For Your Web Videos

So, youʼve been awarded a contract to shoot a company video. Awesome. But now you need to find a location to film your video. Not so awesome. If your client is like most clients, their office or corporate boardroom probably provides a wide range of less-than-desirable options – …

Adobe Acquires Auditude, Gets Into Video Monetization

Adobe Acquires Auditude, Gets Into Video Monetization

Adobe is known for providing powerful software to produce quality videos.  Their editing software, Adobe Premiere, and special effects application, After Effects, are commonly-used programs by pros and aspiring filmmakers alike.  Now, Adobe is getting into another phase of a video's life: monetization, with the …

Using YouTube Annotations To Create A Call To Action – The YouTube Creator Playbook

Using YouTube Annotations To Create A Call To Action   The YouTube Creator Playbook

Annotations are an often overlooked aspect of YouTube videos.  They can lead the viewer to a number of actions, whether it's directing them towards other videos you've created or brings attention to a call-to-action such as liking, favoriting, subscribing, or commenting.  However the annotations are …

Sound Effects, Freebies, And Film Terms – Film Riot Video Production Tutorials

Sound Effects, Freebies, And Film Terms   Film Riot Video Production Tutorials

One of the best aspects of Ryan Connolly's short film Losses is its sound, although when you hear the Film Riot host talk about it, you get the feeling he's not entirely happy with it.  Well, that's what professionalism costs you sometimes.  You can't be …

How To Shoot A Fight Scene & Practical Muzzle Flash Effects–Film Riot Video Production Tutorials

How To Shoot A Fight Scene & Practical Muzzle Flash Effects  Film Riot Video Production Tutorials

Fighting should be an easy thing to capture on film, right?  You just get a couple of guys fake punch each other in the face and have them react like a real punch just connected, with heads flying in the opposite direction.  Well, it shouldn't …

An Exclusive Interview With Ryan Connolly, Creator & Host Of Film Riot

An Exclusive Interview With Ryan Connolly, Creator & Host Of Film Riot

Film Riot, which plays Mondays and Thursdays on Revision3, is a virtual film school right here on the web.  It is especially valuable for those who look to get into web video (or any kind of film and video work) and might not have that …

Homemade Video Special Effects & Filming A High-Speed Car Chase: Film Riot Video Tutorials

Homemade Video Special Effects & Filming A High Speed Car Chase: Film Riot Video Tutorials

Your house is a veritable tool shed of special effects. These are special effects you can do in-camera, rather than trying to figure it out in After Effects. In Episode 127 of Film Riot, host Ryan Connolly shows you several things you can do with …

Using CineStyle For Better Images & The Best Video Export Settings For Web – Film Riot

Using CineStyle For Better Images & The Best Video Export Settings For Web   Film Riot

Episode 119 of Film Riot, "CineStyle for Better Images and Best Export Settings for Web," discusses how to get the best image from your camera and how to to get the highest quality web video with a respectable amount of bandwidth use.

How To Shoot A Room To Look Bigger & Production-Quality Sound – Film Riot

How To Shoot A Room To Look Bigger & Production Quality Sound   Film Riot

In our continued coverage of Film Riot's excellent video production tutorial series, today we take a look at episode 49, "Creative Cam Techniques, NAB & a Special Guest," which provides practical, useful tips that any video production professional can learn from. The crew discusses how you …

When To Use A Jib, & How To Make Your Own – Film Riot Video Production Tutorials

When To Use A Jib, & How To Make Your Own   Film Riot Video Production Tutorials

In filmmaking, one of the most useful pieces of equipment you can have in your arsenal is a jib. A jib operates a bit like a see-saw, using counterweights to balance the camera, and it allows for unique camera movements and camera angles that you …

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