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post-production

The work performed after an audio or video session has been recorded. Editing the audio and video frames as well as integrating special effects are part of the post-production process. The term is often truncated to simply "post." For example, "let's work on the video in post" means the job should be edited in the studio after being shot in the field. See nonlinear video editing.
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By incentivizing film companies to move to the Empire State, we are transforming New York into a global hub for post-production and successfully positioning ourselves to generate billions of dollars in economic activity for decades to come.
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