Past Meetup

Post-Production Film Crew Meeting (formerly 'Let's Video Edit Movies')

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Hive 4A

905 Harrison St Bridgeworks Enterprise Center · Allentown, PA

How to find us

Park along Harrison Street. Enter via the blue door on the side of the building, and follow the signs (see meetup details for more info). The door will be unlocked, or we'll have someone watching for arrivals.

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Post-production is a general term applied to the stages of creating a film, television or video production that take place after the shooting and/or recording, which include:

Film / Video Editing Visual (aka 'Special') Effects Sound Editing / Mixing / Re-recording Color Correction / Adjustment Until recently, the tools required to perform post-production were very expensive and took hundreds of hours to learn. Now, most recent PC's, and even many tablets and smartphones are capable of post-production feats that entire studios of years past could not perform, using software that is more affordable than ever, including many applications that cost nothing.

The Allentown Film Crew Post-Production meeting explores these emerging tools, discusses the existing tools that have been around and studies the art of using these constantly evolving tools to turn a series of individual video and sound clips into a single creation that tells a story.

If you have experience or just an interest in any part of the post-production process, then this is the place for you! We need help editing the movies we make, so let your creative side shine and give us a hand.

The meeting is one hour before our regular meeting.

More information about post-production, including how-to guides can be found on our website:

• NEW!

For detailed directions to Hive 4A, our new location:

With our new facilities, we'll have a 42" TV to show films. We'll look at AFC projects, member's other projects, and clips from various films (independent, commercial, etc.) with a focus on a particular aspect of production or post-production. (i.e. directing, editing, acting, etc.) Next to working on a film yourself, watching others' work is the best way to learn. We'll keep the business part of the meetings as brief as possible. We hope this will make it more interesting and fun for everyone!

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