Audio Postproduction for Digital Video

Author: Jay Rose
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1136063021
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Written in the author's clear conversational style, with ample illustrations and visual analogies, this book features software agnostic tutorials and "cookbook recipes" for each phase of postaudio processing. The author begins with a section of FAQs from readers of the author's magazine column. After summarizing the significant points of audio theory, the author describes the preliminaries of setting up a post studio. From there he details every aspect of postproduction - from getting the tracks into the computer, to 'fixing and mixing,' to dealing with details of compression and streaming. The companion audio CD contains diagnostics, tutorial tracks, and demonstrations.

Producing Great Sound for Digital Video

Author: Jay Rose
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9781578202089
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Written by Digital Video columnist and Clio-winning sound designer Jay Rose, this book explains hundreds of real-world techniques to use from pre-production through mix. You get how-tos, tips and time-savers, plus tutorials on key skills such as dialog and music editing. With an audio CD of sample tracks and diagnostic tools, this is a complete audio training resource as well as a quick problem-solving guide.

Producing 24p Video

Author: John Skidgel
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1136065504
Format: PDF
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Producing 24pP Video demystifies the emerging standards of film and video production and discusses the 24p video film format to help novice and experienced filmmakers alike learn how to better use the newly available DV cameras. Since the 24p frame rate closely approximates the look and feel of film, it is the speed of choice whenever a "cinematic" look is desired. 24p video also offers certain compression options that are advantageous to web and wireless delivery. This full-color book discusses the special techniques required by 24p productions - all the way through the production, from preproduction planning through post and output. Each chapter includes techniques, examples, tips, and case studies. The field techniques section features real-world setups presented as demonstrations or as tutorials. Case studies present profiles of people producing 24p projects, and the DVD includes step-by-step instructions that illustrate how to work with 24p material in NLE, compositor, DVD authoring, and audio applications.

Video Shooter

Author: Barry Braverman
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1136064702
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Video Shooter is a guide to both the mechanics of the video camera and the craft of shooting. Written by a veteran in the industry and utilizing an engaging, conversational style (including illustrative anecdotes from the author's many years of experience), the book takes the reader beyond "button pushing" to teach the complete range of skills required to capture compelling images. Topics include equipment selection, camera setup and operation, shooting techniques, and working with lighting and audio. Although the techniques illustrated in Video Shooter are appropriate for users of a wide range of camera models, the book focuses on the most popular 3-CCD DV and HDV cameras. A chapter on issues and techniques relating to DVD output makes the book especially suitable for industrial, educational, and government video producers. The book also features a companion DVD with tutorials, footage demonstrating storytelling techniques, and technical matter such as a comparison of various filters.

Vegas 6 Editing Workshop

Author: Douglas Spotted Eagle
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1136063420
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Vegas Editing Workshop provides a complete system for mastering Vegas and learning inside tips and techniques. Critically praised, Sony's Vegas is a powerful tool for editing video, and Douglas Spotted Eagle, an award-winning, world-recognized Vegas user, shows novices and experienced users alike how to get the most from this program. Woven into this editing workshop are hands-on tutorials covering a complete range of essential tasks from installing the application to outputting, including capturing video from the camera to the hard drive, using transitions and filters, recording and editing audio, and using audio plug-ins. The book comes with a companion DVD packed with raw video footage and sequences, and detailed instructions on how to work more efficiently and make better media. A comprehensive guide to excellent software, Vegas Editing Workshop is a powerful tool for video editors everywhere.

DV Filmmaking

Author: Ian David Aronson
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 9780596008482
Format: PDF
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A detailed guide to digital filmmaking technology takes readers through the entire process, from pre-production through editing to distribution, discussing the benefits of digital video, especially for independent filmmakers, and covers the technical specifics of the medium, including image composting, audio production techniques, the editing process, and more. Original. (Intermediate)

Audio Postproduction for Film and Video

Author: Jay Rose
Publisher: Focal Press
ISBN: 0240809718
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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This text shows readers how many Hollywood techniques, previously impractical on video, can help solve problems on smaller productions. It features an expanded cookbook recipes section, tutorials, and practical examples.

Sound for Digital Video

Author: Tomlinson Holman
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1136068058
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The distinguishing feature of many low-budget films and TV shows is often the poor sound quality. Now, filmmakers shooting DV on a limited budget can learn from Tomlinson Holman, a film sound production pioneer, how to make their films sound like fully professional productions. Holman offers suggestions that you can apply to your own project from preproduction through postproduction and provides tips and solutions on production, editing, and mixing. Holman, sound engineer on such films as Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, is famous for his pioneering work in film sound production and for developing THX. Now, he brings his expertise to the relatively new field of sound for digital video productions. Once considered an amateur format, digital video is becoming the format of choice for some feature films and for many lower budget productions; this book will enable you to use this medium to create the most professional and effective sound possible.

Video Production Workshop

Author: Tom Wolsky
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 157820268X
Format: PDF, ePub
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Written to be accessible and appealing to a younger, digitally savvy audience, this resource begins with lessons in video editing and camera handling, and then moves on to scripting and storyboarding a production, taking readers through a series of exercises. The DVD contains footage for projects, demo plug-ins, and free software.

Real World Digital Video

Author: Pete Shaner
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780321238337
Format: PDF
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Now, virtually anyone with a vision can also have a voice. The formerly formidable barriers to producing highly professional video projects are crumbling as high-quality camcorders and nonlinear editing software become increasingly affordable. And this powerful creative medium is finding its way into the hands of all kinds of people - company training directors, aspiring moviemakers, independent news hawks, product promotion specialists, documentarians, even home-movie Andy Warhols.