Planning for Post-Production


On a recent trip to Orlando I interviewed Oliver Peters about planning for post-production. Peters is a twenty-year veteran of corporate and broadcast television. He has supervised the post-production of many national television series and specials and is currently editor of visual effects and senior technical advisor at Century III at Universal Studios.


Time Considerations

One of the biggest considerations for planning for post-production is time. Time relates directly to cost. Often the first question asked about the editing process is ‘:How much will it cost?”—and before the editor or post-production facility can determine the cost they first try to figure how much time it ...

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