Never assume that something will take a certain amount of time—you could be wrong by not just a few hours, but by days or weeks. That can have a serious impact on your schedule and your budget. Walter goes through scheduling post-production and editing.
- Remember in an earlier movie…when I said, "Never assume anything."…Well the same holds true for post-production.…Never assume something will take…a certain amount of time,…because you could be wrong not just by a few hours…but by days or weeks.…That can have a serious impact on your schedule…and your budget.…Post-production takes much more time than production.…So bring the editor or post-supervisor into the project…in the planning phase.…
They can help you plan out the post-production schedule…based on the overall project scope.…Guessing on post-production,…and then bringing the editor and post-team in…when you're ready to edit can cause delays…and budget overruns if you didn't plan correctly.…Here's some consideration for post-production.…Transferring data needs to be scheduled.…Look, we're in a tapeless world now,…and we don't have to spend time digitizing…materials from tape.…But we do need to spend time transferring the data…to hard drives and servers.…
It can be as little as a few minutes, or days,…depending on how much data you have…
Walter Biscardi takes you on set and shows you how production decisions unfold in real time, whether you're scripting, scheduling, directing crew members, or providing feedback to post. Follow along and explore the responsibilities of a producer in all stages, including pre-production (planning), production (running a set), and post-production (editing and delivery). By the end, you'll have a better understanding of skills and techniques it takes to run a smooth and successful video production.
- Scripting and storyboarding
- Running a set
- Paying your crew
- Working with post
- Providing constructive feedback