Post-production is the final step in which video and audio editing and calibrations are done. Some effects and colour grading can also be performed at this stage.
The final editing comes after the rendering of the production scene. Harmony does not handle the editing, so the renders are exported to an external application. There, the different scenes are assembled and adjusted. If need be, users can add extra filters and effects, such as transitions between the scenes, during this step.
Once the editing is completed, the audio will be added.
The audio editing is also done in an external application. It can be done directly in the editing software or in an audio application and then transferred to the editing software. The dialogue, sound effects and soundtracks will be adjusted and placed with the project's final editing. The tracks will be matched to the images and volumes and effects will be added.
Once the final images and sounds are assembled, the project is ready for dubbing. Actors will come in and record voices over the movie. This process is called post-synchro. At this point in the process, multiple languages can be added to the soundtrack.
The project is complete, and is ready to be output to the final master copy.
All of the data is transferred to the master copy and the user or studio is ready to distribute the project to the clients, festivals, television, cinema, and other venues.