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scotth23 Junior Member • Posts: 49
Re: 4K HQ = 8K

AlexKalimat wrote:

The whole thing about post-flexibility is a bit overplayed in my opinion. Filmmaking is about directing attention. And if you’re shooting narrative content for Netflix (or anywhere else for that matter) and you haven’t nailed your shot-list prior to shooting, you likely have more issues in your production than can be fixed by punching-in on a few shots in editing!

As an editor, I wish every director shooting was as competent as you describe.

The old axiom, "there's the movie you write, then the movie you film, and then the movie you edit" exists for a reason. And it's the last stage in editing where you learn all of the problems that you didn't realize  when writing or on set.

Sometimes it's a matter of shuffling or manipulating what you have. Other times, it's reshoots.

Time isn't a luxury in any stage of the process. Fixing it in post or deciding on set you don't have time for that setup ripples down.

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