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Pre-Production Planning for Video, Film, and Multimedia by Steve Cartwright

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Planning for Post-Production

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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.

CONSIDERATIONS FOR POST-PRODUCTION

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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