The Video Post Production Process

Remember that a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth a thousand pictures.

• Capture of the filmed material:

The post-production process begins with the capture of images. Capture is to dump the video signal captured by a camera on magnetic tape or hard disk to your workstation, for later editing.

This process may result in the digitization of the video signal, when this has been captured in analog mode, or simply the copy of media to another, digital files when the recording is made directly in digital format.

Now cameras tend to store images on hard drives or memory cards (SD, MMC, MMCC), the capture process is reduced to the digital copying of files.

• Photo scanning:

Photography is a key element in any audiovisual production. The basic shooting workshop audiovisual equipment includes always, by default, the acquisition of photos in raw format.

To include pictures in a video production will be necessary in the first place, digitize those images that are not in digital media to do so, in audiovisual workshop we have a high resolution scanner.

Secondly, it will be vitally important modify the resolution of each one of the images to adapt them to the video formats appropriate to each production (high definition, standard definition widescreen, etc.), as well as implement the necessary adjustments to improve its quality or distinguish elements secondary protagonists.

• Video editing:

Video editing is to select and order the sequence of drawings that have previously registered for the purpose of creating an audiovisual story that makes narrative and aesthetic sense.

There are three types of editing: Assembly of filming, which consists of the copied and pasted manual of celluloid, the electronic edition with VTR or linear editing, where is copied directly ro tape material to tape source target by cutting and editing by computer, or non-linear editing, where works with previously digitized audiovisual files they are handled in a virtual way to then export them to the necessary hardware.

Audiovisual workshop edited his works for the method of non-linear video editing, since it is the system that offers greater ease of mounting, minimizes the time of work and provides a wide range of effects and possibilities.

• Audio editing:

Another indispensable in any video production is the sound. In all basic corporate production there is a tune in the background, as well as one or two voices of announcers. Sometimes in addition, the client can request appear in your video to interview mode, so it comes in a new element of sound.

Audio editing is to attach all the elements of sound that will participate in the production, avoiding its saturation or distortion, and always looking for an aesthetic harmony.

• Meeting of post-production with the client:

From a detailed description of the production, the idea that each client has for its production of video we made in audiovisual workshop.

As soon as the project begins to take form, set up a meeting with the client to make a viewing of the evolution of his project, and in this way, confirm that the plot and aesthetic lines implemented match those agreed.

• DVD authoring

The authorship of a DVD is compatible Assembly output video with a DVD player. For this purpose is necessary, first of all, designing scheme of menus, titles and, where necessary, subtitles for then encode all these elements in the correct video format.
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