Guide to Postproduction for TV and Film Managing the Process

ISBN-10: 0240805062

ISBN-13: 9780240805061

Edition: 2nd 2002 (Revised)

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Description: This guide aims to show readers how to navigate each step in taking a TV or film project from production to final delivery. It explains critical issues of budgets and schedules and gives ways to manage dailies, sound, editing and completion.

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Book details

List price: $61.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 10/17/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 374
Size: 10.00" wide x 12.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Scheduling
Creating a Postproduction Schedule
Elements of the Postproduction Schedule
Summary
Scheduling Samples
Television vs. Theatrical Features
Budgeting
Getting Started on Your Budget
A Carefully Planned Nightmare
Areas to Budget
Understanding Costs and Bids
Purchase Orders
Sample Budget
Film and Lab Production
Video Production
Second Unit
Photographic Effects and Inserts
Editorial and Projection
Music
Postproduction Sound
Film Laboratory and Postproduction
Titles and Opticals
Video Postproduction
Fringe Benefits--Postproduction
The Rules of Thumb
Digital TV and High Definition
The FCC's Plan
Digital Television Highlights
High Definition TV
And the Answer Is
The Film Laboratory
Motion Picture Film Formats
Three- and Four-Perf Film
Aspect Ratio
Negative Processing Path
Processing Dailies
Film Damage
Creating Other Negatives and Prints
Adding Sound
Application Splash
Creating a Telecine Print
Creating Yellow/Cyan/Magenta (YCM)
Shipping Exposed Negatives
Summary
Footage Conversions
Dailies
Dropping Film at the Laboratory
Camera Reports
Television Dailies
Alternate Dailies Delivery Methods
Troubleshooting Dailies Problems
Image Stabilization
Footage Calculations
Dirt and the Film Transfer
In Summary
Editorial (Film Editorial and Video Off-Line Editing)
The Film Editor
Film Editing
Dailies Transfer Direct to Hard Drive
Desktop Editing
Nonlinear Editing for High Definition On-Line
B Negative and Reprints
Stock Footage
Clips
Editor's Cut
Director's Cut
Producer's Cut
Temporary On-Line/Temporary Dub
Network/Studio View
Picture Lock
Opticals/Simple Visual Effects
Negative Cut
Summary
On-Line Editing
On-Line Edit Decision List (EDL)
On-Line Session Requirements
What the On-Line Facility Needs to Know
The 16:9 On-Line
24p Editing
On-Line Specifications
Summary
Sound
Audio Sweetening
Production Sound
Production Sound Continued
Temporary Mix/Temporary Dub (Temp Mix/Temp Dub)
Laydown
Predub/Preplay
Sound Effects
ADR/Looping
Foley
Music/Scoring
Audio Mix/Dub
Layback
Music and Effects Tracks (M&E)
Foreign Language Dubbing
Foreign Language Film Prints
Foreign Language Videotape Masters
Dubbing Materials
Anti-Piracy Issues
When Do You Dub?
Foreign Laugh Pass
Sound Advice
Completion
Film Finish
Videotape Finish
Color Correction
Color Correction for Digital Cinema Delivery
Dirt Fixes
Video In, Film Out
Formatting
Credits and Titling
Varispeed
Closed Captioning
V-Chip
Video Descriptions
As-Broadcast Scripts
Quality Control
Standards Conversion
Negative Cut/Negative Conform
Wrap-Up
Delivery
A Long Labor
Get the Delivery Agreement
Makin' a List and Checkin' It Twice
Know Who Gets What
Network/Domestic Delivery
Network Resources
International or Foreign Delivery
Production Company Delivery
Delivering
Legal
Worthwhile Advice
Five Reasons to Check with the Lawyers
Is It Clear?
Acquisition
What Is an Acquisition Title?
Acquired Libraries
In Summary
The Future
A Little Background
Oh, Digital Cinema
Universal Mastering
Digital Asset Management
Sound Improvements
A Small Summary
A Bigger Summary
In Summary
Glossary
Index
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