In postproduction, important decisions are made about the sequence, flow, and visual style of a film. Scenes are cut and rearranged and the film begins to take its final shape.
But the visuals are just one aspect of postproduction. This is where you mold and refine every aspect of your film. By recording and editing additional dialogue, sound effects, and music, you can create a soundtrack that hits all the right notes; adding digital visual effects, titles, and other postproduction polish will help you make sure your film is the best that it can be.
Whatever you need to do to make your film come together, you’ll have the tools at your disposal throughout your education – multiple Avid editing labs, Apple Final Cut Pro editing workstations, Pro Tools audio workstations, and much more.