Post-Production

Technology / Television (TV) / Post-Production: Everything (e.g., editing, sound effects) that transpires after the program itself has been shot.

Laugh Track

Technology / Television (TV) / Laugh Track: A soundtrack of pre-recorded laughter, usually added in the post-production process to a comedy program with no studio audience. MORE

Sweetening

Technology / Television (TV) / Sweetening: A post-production sound effects process wherein the sound technicians add more applause and laughter to those of the actual studio audience. MORE

Foley

Technology / Television (TV) / Foley: A post-production process wherein sound effects are fabricated for a filmed/videotaped scene while the Foley artist watches a shot projected on a screen. MORE

Aftermarket

Entertainment / Video Games / Aftermarket: Phase that occurs after post-production. The game is now in the marketplace, and opportunities now exist for add-ons, expansion packs, sequels, and other ancillary marketing opportunities. MORE

Compositing

Technology / Television (TV) / Compositing: The post-production combination of two or more video/film/digital sources in a single image. MORE

Sound Editor

Technology / Television (TV) / Sound Editor: Technician who, in post-production, manipulates a program's soundtrack. MORE

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