By now you have a pile of film or video tapes, sound recordings, music and a lot of notes. The next step is to turn all of this into a movie.
Buzz: As you approach the time when your film can be sold you don't want to lose any momentum.
Editing: Almost anyone can afford a PC capable of editing a film. But there's a lot more to it than having the equipment.
Sound: It's as important as the images to a polished, professional film.
Music: Set the mood if you want to make your point.
ADR: Your audience won't understand your movie if the dialog sounds unnatural or inaudible.
Foley: What finally sells the realism of your movie is all the little background sounds.
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