Posted October 09, 2018 03:15:25 Netflix is launching a new feature called The Post Film that lets people rent a film, or an entire documentary, in the post-production process.
The feature will only be available on Netflix for a few weeks, but will be available to everyone in the coming months.
Netflix’s new feature will let users edit their film, then use the film as a template for editing and editing the rest of the film.
In addition, users will be able to share their film on social media or in the editing room, allowing others to watch the finished product.
Netflix says that the feature will make editing a breeze.
Users will be encouraged to “use all the tools available in post-process and editing today” and that “everyone will be better able to take advantage of the new tools.”
A number of different video editing and post-processing tools will be included, including Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, and After Effects.
The features come as Netflix’s post-filmmaking strategy continues to evolve.
The streaming service recently launched a “Netflix for filmmakers” program, which lets anyone who has completed a short film, short film that includes music, a short documentary, or a feature film have it shot and edited on its platform for free.
Netflix is also launching a “Streamed Documentary Program,” which is a separate program that allows users to make their own short documentaries, feature films, or other videos, for $3.99 a month.
Netflix has also begun a new “Netflix documentary project” initiative, which will give filmmakers the ability to publish their short documentary for $10 per page and then release it as a full-length film for $30 a month, with a 30-day “trial period” after that.
The new feature has not been confirmed for release yet, but we expect to learn more about it in the near future.