July 5, 2022

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Renegade Productions
Produced all of the Area Control Network websites And is Renegade Riches (me) place to produce my video’s about my adventures, movie productions or short stories that I produce with my videos or software.

I started out with https://renegades.news in 2018 and moved to https://renegade.productions in 2020. Also see a few of my camping productions on Renegades Blog

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In the world of film and television production, there is no more important production tool than music. The use of music in movies and musical productions has been present for decades, but only in modern times has it become such a critical part of the production process. Music can be used to enhance the atmosphere, build dramatic sequences, or even provide background for many of the images that are incorporated into movies. Today, music is an integral part of how movies are made and also plays a key role in the advertising campaigns for both music and movies.


Music in movies is not an invention that was developed yesterday; it has been present in some form since the silent films. Over the years, music in production has been developed into many different formats, but the most widely used is the mono track format. Mono production sound is also known as “talkie,” as it only utilizes one voice for speaking and one for music accompaniment.


For any film, the production staff needs to decide on what type of film to make. There are three basic types: storyboard, principal photography, and post-production. Storyboard describes the broad theme of the film; it is a document detailing the major events that occur throughout the film. Principal photography describes the early stages of production; this includes the location choices and action that are choosing to be integrated into the film. Post-production is the process of editing, adding special-effects, and completing the film. Most people associate post-production with video production; the two main aspects are video editing and sound editing.


Professional movie producers often hire a third party to manage their projects and provide them with professional service and assistance. This third party is a production assistant director. Production assistants are typically on hand to handle many duties related to all aspects of filming including coordinating camera moves, shopping locations, setting up, shopping props, and ensuring that all needed equipment is set up and ready to go. This also includes assisting the principal photographer in regards to scheduling shots, choosing props and costumes, and assisting the principal photographer with their footage. Production assistants also handle the technical aspects of shooting such as lighting, sound, and surveillance.


Another aspect of filmmaking is photography. Photography is used primarily to capture images for scenes that do not have to be live staged in order to be shot. Photographs can also be used during the shooting portion of the film, but are often used post-production. A pre-production stage involves organizing shots, organizing props and ensuring that all requirements for a scene are met.


When a film is complete, the production phase includes post-production. Post-production is where all of the images, including film stock, are cleaned up and edited to match the artistic vision conceived through the pre-production phase. Post-production also involves DVD duplication, running the film through video editing, uploading it to the Internet, submitting it to databases, and selling it. Post-production also requires hard labor such as establishing a location, finding a quality electric supply, and making the necessary repairs to any equipment that may have been damaged during filming.


Once the film has reached its targeted audience, the principal photography phase takes place. During this time, photography must be taken to ensure that the film will look and feel professional. This may include selecting the correct locations, renting or leasing a vehicle, and hiring the appropriate crew members. The shooting schedule is the basis of the film’s schedule and budget.


Once the principal photography has wrapped, the production team and actors are added to the creative team. Production assistants help to monitor the day to day operations of the production team, keep track of deadlines, and assist in case of any problems. The most skilled production assistants are often those who spend the majority of their time on the set of the film. Production assistants are required not only to be on-site when shooting occurs, but to keep abreast of the progress of the pre-production and post-production process.

One of Renegade Riches first production at Renegade Productions


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