It seems a given that during planning and pre-production of a new project, post production will be an afterthought.
Whatever goes wrong in the production, “we’ll just fix it in post.” It’s like a ‘get out of jail free’ card. Why does it have to be that way? Involving Post from the get go can often lead to time and money savings though coordination between Post Professionals and the production crew. It can also lead to a more creative and better end product for the Producer. Walter Biscardi, Jr. shows you how to Put Post First to save time, money, headaches and get a better end product.
We’ll also talk about how Post Professionals can get involved in the process if they’re not asked.
|Author:||Walter Biscardi, Jr.|
|Level:||Basic / Intermediate|
|Skill Set:||Business, Post-Production, Pre-Production|
|Categories:||Business, Client Relations, Contracts, Post Production, Editorial.|
|Who Should Watch:||Editors, Post Production Supervisors, Production Managers, Company Owners.|
|Running Time:||3 chapters, 33 minutes|
About the Author
Walter Biscardi, Jr.
Millions of creatives around the world know Walter Biscardi, Jr. thanks to the CreativeCow.net website where he has shared knowledge and advice to countless people on the forums and his blogs. Walter is the founder of Biscardi Creative Media and a co-founder of the Atlanta Cutters Post Production User Group.