St Louis Video Post-Production
Video editing basics. It takes time for your producer to go through all that footage and edit it on paper, so your editor can then digitize the chosen footage into the edit suite computer.
There is the audio recording by the voice over talent if there is no person speaking on camera. And in order to help set the mood of the video, your producer and editor will add an appropriate music mix.
To make you video look perfect, there may need to be some color correction, especially if more than one camera was utilized in your production taping.
If your video has additional graphic elements, a graphic designer or animator may be needed to work on those video segments relating to type on screen and animation.
And once all the parts go in motion, your producer and editor will work with you to edit your video and upload a viewing copy.
Creative editorial is our passion. Our editors love to craft stories into reality.
Production and post can be an easy simple journey. Conforming, finishing and mastering are the last steps before delivery and you want an experienced team on your side.
Color grading, also known as color correction, is an important part of making any video or film look rich, vibrant and professional.
Mastering can initially feel like a daunting task for producers and filmmakers who don’t have access to the machines and support equipment necessary to create HD masters and SD masters, but we are here to help make the process easy and affordable.
Digitizing and archiving is a smart way of preserving your investment and converting videotape to files that make your media accessible.
Video Standards Conversion
HD and SD up-conversion, down-conversion, cross-conversion and NTSC/PAL standards conversions are executed using the best hardware on the market.
Blu-ray Authoring & DVD Authoring
Whether you need a simple auto play screener or DVD with creative and complex menus, we will work together with you to create a Blu-ray or DVD you are proud of.
Closed Captioning & Subtitles
Closed captioning displays the audio portion of a television program as text on the TV screen, providing a critical link to news, entertainment and information for individuals who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.