Definition of postproduction in English:


Syllabification: post·pro·duc·tion
Pronunciation: /ˌpōstprəˈdəkSHən


[often as modifier]
  • Work done on a film or recording after filming or recording has taken place: postproduction editing
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    • Since the days of silent film it has always been the case that film-makers spend far more time in editing and post-production than on-set filming.
    • Thanks to funding shortfalls, the film sat in post-production for almost four years before reaching completion.
    • When we ran out of money during post-production of the film, I had to sell this same apartment, and found that the only potential buyers were other Westerners.

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