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Post Production Tips: Lower Thirds - 10 Do's, 10 Don'ts

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Post-Production Tips: Lower Thirds  10 Do's, 10 Don'ts  By: Michael French 
Attention to detail is a must for every service we provide at 16:9 Post. So, we thought we would dig deep into detail on one of the details of post-production…lower thirds. 
Whether it’s film, tv, or digital, here are 10 Do’s and 10 Don’ts to ensure your lower thirds add to your story without distracting from it.
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Post Production: 12 Tips for Trailers that Deliver

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Post-Production – Trailers That Deliver 12 Tips for Success By: Roberto Cardenas
Your project may be Oscar-worthy, but without an attention-grabbing trailer you won’t have an audience. So, take in a few tips for building out a trailer that will bring in the crowds.
1.Seek out the “defining moment.” What is the moment in the movie that demonstrates the film’s logline? That moment of purpose, the dialogue that cuts to the core, the instant conflict begins…get to the point of what drives the film.
2.Tell a story. Remember that the trailer is a narrative, just like the film – albeit abridged. Viewers need to understand the story, not just the “vibe” of the film. Have a through line and a three-act structure, in which you introduce characters, the situation, the inciting event, and their struggles into resolution…but don’t show the resolution! That’s just not cool, man. #spoileralert
3.It’s okay to think non-linearly. Intercutting moments from a different scene or timeline from the movie can h…