Guide to Postproduction for TV and Film: Managing the Process

Front Cover
Focal Press, 2002 - Education - 355 pages
0 Reviews
Are you an associate producer who needs to juggle projects and vendors while keeping on top of the latest trends and formats? Or an independent filmmaker who can't afford a misstep in the crucial postproduction phase? Take a step back and get a clear overview of the process. This guide will show you how to navigate each step in taking a TV or film project from production to final delivery. Start by getting a handle on the critical issues of budgets and schedules. From there, you'll learn the smoothest way to manage dailies, sound, editing, and completion. Detailed instructions and checklists for film, video, and High Definition procedures will teach you new ways of doing things and help you avoid costly errors.

The second edition is fully updated and information-packed. There is extensive new material on high definition as it affects dailies, editing, and delivery. The chapter on the film laboratory has been expanded further to include discussions on troubleshooting film damage and YCMs, which are so important in maintaining film assets. The latest information on film restoration, digital technologies, acquisitions, and a chapter on what's on the horizon round out the update.

* Manage the postproduction process with this step-by-step guide

* Learn how to stay on budget and on schedule with helpful forms, flowcharts, and checklists

* Find out how the latest developments in high definition, e-cinema, and acquisitions are changing the post world

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

References to this book

All Book Search results »

About the author (2002)

Clark is Director of International and Domestic Television Services, 20th Century Fox.

Bibliographic information