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DIGITAL FLIMMAKING HANDBOOK, FOURTH EDITION is a comprehensive filmmaking resource for beginners. The book will guide you from your initial concept to you finished project, covering writing, pre-production planning, shooting, how to create professional level shots and effects, and post-production editing and effects. End-of-chapter exercises and summaries will help you practice and retain everything you are learning. Completely revised to cover all the latest digital video technology and innovations, this fourth edition includes information on HD video, shooting with digital SLR cameras, workflows for direct-to-disc recording, and much more. Whether your goal is an industrial project, a short subject for your Web site, or a feature-length movie for a film festival, this book is a complete resource.
Table of Contents
|Writing and Scheduling|
|Video Technology Basics|
|Choosing a Camera|
|Planning Your Shoot|
|Digital Still Cameras (DSLRs)|
|Workstations and Hardware for Editing|
|Preparing to Edit|
|Titling and Motion Graphics|
|About the DVD|
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