After the director has gleefully announced, “that’s a wrap,” after all of the equipment has been packed up and returned, after you shake the last hand at the wrap party, and after the last video daily comes back from the lab, there’s still quite a way to go before you’ve finished making your movie. The next step is postproduction. Postproduction encompasses all of those creative and technical processes that go on after the shooting stops:
1.Review and evaluating footage (page 434).
2.Transfer footage (and other media elements) into your edit system and organize (age 429).
4.Add visual transitions and effects (page 439 ...