Editing: the basics
This series of short films breaks down one of the most essential parts of television and video production – the edit. First, getting your material organised
Editing: refining your rough cut
In the second of our films on the basics of editing, we look at the process of refining your material and building your rough cut
First steps: in the edit
What happens when a producer, director or editor walks into the edit suite? What are the steps you need to take to keep your edit on track? Top editors guide you through the first steps.
Using music in your production
Inspiring, moving, or really irritating, music is a must for most programmes today. Why has it become so important and how do you make sure it enhances rather than ruins your production?
Clear sound: making the most of post
George Foulgham, award winning dubbing mixer, on making the most of post.
Delivering your programme as a file
Change is coming as we start delivering programmes as digital files. Will it affect programme makers? The first in a series of podcasts examines the issues.
File delivery: maintaining quality
Maintaining quality when delivering digital files may sound daunting for programme makers, but whose responsibility is it? A panel of experts give their tips.
Producing with file based formats - Jane Clancey and guests discuss tapeless production and what this cultural change means for programme makers.