Step 3:  Post Production

Post-productionPost-Production is everything between production and creating the final master copy of your video.  It is the third and final major phase of the production process. It is often referred to simply as post.  Common tasks include:

In some cases post-production is relatively straightforward, consisting of choosing and arranging footage in the correct sequence. In most cases however, post-production is a time-consuming job taking longer than the actual production phase.

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Because most of the post-production work is done in a video editing program, this section of is not complete.  We will add more resources that are specific to video editing programs.  Below are some links to general information about post-production.

  1. 5 Basic Video Editing Techniques Every Videographer Should Know
  2. 5 Tips For Adding Lower Third On Videos
  3. 7 Tips and Tricks to Enhance Your Video-Editing Work
  4. 50 Video Editing Tips You Need for Better Videos (Infographic)
  5. Audio Compression vs. Normalization and Leveling
  6. Audio Normalization: What Is It And Should I Care?
  7. Avoid These 7 Common Video Editing Mistakes
  8. Here’s What You Need to Know to Become a Video Editing Pro
  9. How to Edit Video for Beginners: An Introduction
  10. How to Edit Videos: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners
  11. Lower Thirds
  12. Post-Production Checklist
  13. Post-Production Glossary of Terms
  14. Tips for Lower Third Titles
  15. Video Editing Basics for eLeanring
  16. Video Editing Terms
  17. Video Editing Tips for Beginners
  18. Video Editing Tutorials & Quick Guides
  19. What Are Lower Thirds and How Do You Create Them?
  20. What Are Lower Thirds? What Are Chyrons?

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