Postproduction Forum

With today's leading manufacturers battling for hardware supremacy, independent filmmakers are reaping the rewards. Inexpensive software packages are increasing in scope and power, and there are significant innovations in the areas of add-ons, effects, scoring, and titling. Also emerging is the importance of "digital intermediates," offering filmmakers an unprecedented flexibility in post. It is now possible to successfully edit a feature film on your laptop, or is the dream still some years off? This discussion focuses on the real-life experiences of producers, directors, and editors in the field, and opens the floor to your questions.


Elina Shatkin
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