Editing involves organising and arranging the different elements of a project, such as footage, audio, and graphics, to create a cohesive final product. This can involve cutting and splicing together different shots, adding transitions and adjusting the timing and pacing of the footage.
Compositing involves combining multiple elements, such as footage, images and graphics, into a single image or sequence. This can involve layering elements, adjusting their position and scale, and applying various effects to create a cohesive and seamless final image.
Motion graphics are graphics that are designed to move and animate. They can be used to create a wide range of visual effects, such as title sequences, lower thirds and transitions.
Together, editing, compositing, and motion graphics allow the team to bring together and enhance the various elements of a 3D project, creating a polished and professional final product.