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x, 181 p. : ill. ; 18 cm., 1 online resource ( p.) : ill.
  • Why Flip?
  • The Flip cameras
  • Customizing your camera
  • FlipShare
  • Editing with Windows Movie Maker
  • Editing with iMovie '09
  • Delivery
  • Tips and techniques.
The Flip Mino and MinoHD are the best-selling family of affordable and simple-to-use digital camcorders in the U.S. Since its launch in 2007, Flip Video has sold over 1.5 million camcorders. The Flip MinoHD is the world's smallest high definition camcorder at just over three oz. The MinoHD records up to 60 minutes of HD video and comes along with FlipShare software --this software allows Flip owners to plug the camcorder's signature flip-out USB arm into any computer for easy drag-and-drop video organizing, editing and sharing on YouTube, MySpace, AOL Video or via email. Loaded with plenty of tips and techniques, the Flip mino Pocket Guide shows readers how to effectively capture video and organize and edit the footage for optimal playback. All Flip models are covered including Flip Mino, Flip MinoHD, Flip Ultra, and Flip Video.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780321637536 20160604
1 online resource (xvi, 287 p.) : ill.
  • Acknowledgments v Introduction xv Chapter 1 What's New in iMovie '09? 2 Chapter 2 How Do I Make a Movie Quickly? 16 Chapter 3 What Are My Video Import Options? 30 Chapter 4 Do You Have Tips for Fine-Tuning Edits? 52 Chapter 5 How Do I Make Video Adjustments? 72 Chapter 6 How Do I Create Cool Transitions, Titles, and Effects? 92 Chapter 7 What Should I Know about Audio and Scoring My Movies? 122 Chapter 8 What's the Best Way to Manage My Video? 154 Chapter 9 How Can I Use Still Photos in My Movies? 174 Chapter 10 How Can I Share My Movies? 208 Chapter 11 How Do I Create DVDs Using iDVD? 224 Chapter 12 Do You Have Any Troubleshooting Tips? 264 Index 278.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470475430 20160604
Genuis tips and tricks to help you get the most from Apple's video applications Your Mac's iMovie and iDVD applications are a key part of the iLife '09 suite and Apple's cool digital lifestyle. iMovie '09 and iDVD Portable Genius is packed with tips and techniques to help you get all the benefits these applications have to offer. This full-color guide provides essential information and savvy advice on everything from capturing footage to editing, viewing, and posting movies online in a variety of formats. With plenty of hip tips on how to use the core features in iMovie and iDVD, it covers all the basics plus the advanced features that can turn you into a movie-making expert. And its handy 6x9" size makes it easy to take with you for quick advice on the go. Written by a Certified Apple Trainer and illustrated in full color Makes iMovie and iDVD easy to use right from the start Offers essential coverage of the key skills, tools, and shortcuts that will help you start making movies with confidence Explores editing techniques and how to post your movies online Provides the advanced tips and tricks that allow you to create professional-quality movies and DVDs with your Mac The advice in iMovie '09 and iDVD Portable Genius will help you make great quality movies and have more fun with iMovie and iDVD.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470475430 20160604
304 p. : ill.
Bestselling author Jeff Carlson is back with a fully updated revision of the iMovie Visual QuickStart Guide. Completely overhauled for iMovie HD and iDVD 5, this book uses step-by-step instructions and loads of illustrations to get readers up to speed quickly in the process of making movies with iMovie and creating Hollywood-quality DVDs on which to share them (as well as photos, music, and more). First-time movie and DVD makers will find all the basics covered here--from shooting and capturing footage, viewing clips, and working in the iMovie timeline to dragging and dropping iMovies into new iDVD projects and adding GarageBand-created songs to their newly created DVDs. Readers will find coverage of both of the programs' niftiest new features, including iMovie's new HD compatibility, dozens of new video effects, sound effects, and transitions, more powerful editing features, and the new "Magic iMovie" feature, which automatically creates a simple iMovie for you with the existing footage in your camcorder. iDVD 5 offers 15 new Apple-designed themes and OneStep DVD, which exports a movie into a finished DVD automatically.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780321335425 20160527
1 online resource (267 p.)
1 online resource (1 v.) : ill.
  • Chapter 1 Introducing digital video 1.1 What is a video signal? 1.2 Standard and High Definition video 1.3 Colour 1.4 Convergence of Video and IT 1.5 Basics: storage, transmission and compression 1.6 Time compression and packetising 1.7 Channel coding and error correction 1.8 Synchronisation and timebase correction 1.9 Solid state, hard disk, optical and tape storage 1.10 Transmission: interfaces, broadcasting and networks 1.11 Asynchronous and isochronous systems 1.12 Video compression and MPEG 1.13 Digital audio, stereo and surround sound 1.14 Applications of digital video 1.15 Security and encryption 1.16 Digital cinema References Chapter 2 Video principles 2.1 The eye 2.2 Motion portrayal and dynamic resolution 2.3 Scanning 2.4 Scanning formats for SD and HDTV 2.7 Synchronizing 2.8 Bandwidth and definition 2.9 Aperture effect and Kell factor 2.10 Colour vision 2.11 Colorimetry 2.12 Colour displays 2.13 Colour difference signals Chapter 3 Conversion 3.1 Introduction to conversion 3.2 Sampling and aliasing 3.3 Reconstruction 3.4 Filter design 3.5 Two-dimensional sampling spectra 3.6 Choice of sampling rate: SD and HD 3.7 Sampling clock jitter 3.8 Quantizing 3.9 Quantizing error 3.10 Introduction to dither 3.11 Requantizing and digital dither 3.12 Basic digital-to-analog conversion 3.13 Basic analog-to-digital conversion 3.14 Factors affecting convertor quality 3.15 Oversampling 3.16 Resizing 3.16 Colour in the digital domain References Chapter 4 Digital video production 4.1 Production steps 4.2 Digital vision mixing 4.3 Blanking 4.4 Keying 4.5 Chroma keying 4.6 Simple effects 4.7 Planar digital video effects 4.8 Address generation and interpolation 4.9 Skew and rotation 4.10 Perspective rotation 4.11 DVE backgrounds 4.12 Non-planar effects 4.13 Controlling effects 4.14 Graphics 4.15 Graphic art/paint systems 4.16 Linear and non-linear editing 4.17 Online and offline editing 4.18 Remote editing and proxy files 4.19 Timecode 4.20 The non-linear workstation 4.21 Locating the edit point 4.22 Editing with disk drives Chapter 5 Digital Signal Processing 5.1 Introduction to DSP 5.2 Filters 5.3 FIR and IIR filters 5.4 FIR filters 5.5 The Fourier transform 5.6 The discrete cosine transform (DCT) 5.7 The wavelet transform 5.8 Importance of motion compensation 5.9 Motion-compensated standards conversion 5.10 Motion-compensated telecine system 5.11 Camera shake compensation 5.12 De-interlacing 5.13 Noise reduction References Chapter 6 Video compression and MPEG 6.1 Introduction to compression 6.2 What is MPEG? 6.3 Spatial and temporal redundancy in MPEG 6.4 I and P coding 6.5 Coding applications 6.6 Spatial compression 6.7 Scanning and run-length/variable-length coding 6.8 A bidirectional coder 6.9 Slices 6.10 An MPEG-2 coder 6.11 The Elementary Stream 6.12 An MPEG-2 decoder 6.13 MPEG-4 and AVC 6.14 Coding artefacts and concatenation 6.15 Processing MPEG-2 References Chapter 7 Digital audio in video 7.1 What is sound? 7.2 Level and loudness 7.3 Critical bands 7.5 Choice of sampling rate for audio 7.6 Basic digital-to-analog conversion 7.7 Basic analog-to-digital conversion 7.8 Alternative convertors 7.9 Oversampling and noise shaping 7.10 One-bit convertors 7.11 Operating levels in digital audio 7.12MPEG audio compression 7.13Dolby AC-3 References Chapter 8 Digital recording principles 8.1 Introduction to the channel 8.2 Magnetic recording 8.3 Optical disks 8.6 Magneto-optical disks 8.7 The replay channel 8.8 Channel coding 8.9 Group codes 8.10 EFM Plus code of DVD 8.11 Tracking signals 8.12 Randomizing 8.13 Synchronizing References Chapter 9 Error correction 9.1 Sensitivity of message to error 9.2 Basic error correction 9.3 Error handling 9.4 Concealment by interpolation 9.5 Block and convolutional codes 9.6 Hamming code 9.7 Cyclic codes 9.8 Punctured codes 9.9 Applications of cyclic codes 9.10 Burst correction 9.11 Introduction to the Reed-Solomon codes 9.12 RS calculations 9.13 Correction by erasure 9.14 Interleaving 9.15 Product codes 9.16 Editing interleaved recordings References Chapter 10 Digital Communications 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Serial digital interface (SDI) 10.3 Serial digital routing 10.4 HD serial digital interface 10.5 Testing digital video interfaces542 10.6 Introduction to the AES/EBU interface 10.7 AES47 10.8 Embedded audio in SDI 10.9 Networks 10.10 ATM 10.11 Sending audiovisual material over networks 10.12 FireWire References Chapter 11 Digital video tape 11.1 Introduction 11.2 Compression in DVTRs 11.3 Helical geometry 11.4 Track and head geometry 11.5 Track-following systems 11.6 Time compression and segmentation 11.7 The basic rotary head transport 11.8 Operating modes of a digital recorder 11.9 Editing 11.10 Variable-speed replay 11.11 DVTR signal systems 11.12 Product codes and segmentation 11.13 Distribution 11.14 The track structure 11.15 Digital Betacam 11.16 The DV and DVC family 11.17 The D-9 format References Chapter 12 Disks 12.1 Types of disk 12.2 Principle of flying head 12.3 Moving the heads 12.4 Servo-surface disks 12.5 Winchester technology 12.6 The disk controller 12.7 Defect handling 12.8 RAID arrays 12.9 File servers 12.10 Disks and compression 12.11 Optical disk principles 12.19 Optical pickups 12.20 Focus systems 12.21 Tracking systems 12.22 Structure of a DVD player 12.23 Recordable DVDs References Chapter 13 Digital television broadcasting 13.1 Background 13.2 Overall system block 13.3 MPEG Transport streams 13.4 Program Clock Reference 13.5 Program Specific Information (PSI) 13.6 Multiplexing 13.7 Remultiplexing 13.8 Modulation techniques 13.9 Error correction 13.10 DVB 13.11 The DVB receiver 13.12 ATSC Glossary Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780240520056 20160613
The industry "bible" is back and it's better than ever. The Art of Digital Video has served as the ultimate reference guide for those working with digital video for generations. Now this classic has been revised and re-written by international consultant and industry leader John Watkinson to include important technical updates on this ever-evolving topic. The format has also been improved to include optional sections that provide additional information that you can choose to skip or investigate further, depending on your interests and comfort level with the subject. As the worlds of film, digital imaging, and computing have converged, this book has evolved to remain current and relevant, while still remaining the classic that experts in the field have trusted for years.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780240520056 20160613
xix, 404 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 23 cm.
252 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
This book is a thoroughly revised, updated, and redesigned version of "Digital Video: I Didn't Know You Could Do That", featuring tutorials, tips, tricks, projects, and a fully loaded CD.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780782141986 20160605
1 v.
Green Library
xii, 774 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Introducing digital video-- Video principles-- Digital principles-- Conversion-- Digital video processing-- Video compression and MPEG-- Digital audio in video-- Digital recording principles-- Error correction-- Digital interfaces-- Digital video tape-- Discs-- Digital video editing-- Digital television broadcasting.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780240515861 20160528
This book is an acclaimed industry 'bible'. It is used as a standard professional reference work and written by the leading expert in the field, John Watkinson. The information is presented in his usual clear style with the minimum of equations. As the worlds of film, digital imaging and computing converge, constant re-skilling within these industries is vital and the "Art of Digital Video" addresses this need. This third edition takes into account the very latest technology in a converged media age. This book contains new material which includes: more on the computing aspects of digital video; chapters on digital video broadcasting and video principles; more on basic colorimetry and picture principles; and, progressive versus interface scanning. John Watkinson is an international consultant in audio, video and data recording. The author is a Fellow of the AES, a member of the British Computer Society and a chartered information systems practitioner. He presents lectures, seminars, conference papers and training courses worldwide. He is the author of many other Focal Press books, including: the Kraszna-Krausz award winning "MPEG-2"; "The Art of Digital Audio"; "An Introduction to Digital Video"; "The Art of Sound Reproduction"; and, "TV Fundamentals and Audio for Television". He is also co-author, with Francis Rumsey, of "The Digital Interface Handbook", and contributor to the "Loudspeaker and Headphone Handbook, 3rd Edition".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780240515861 20160528
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xi, 548 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm. + 1 computer optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
  • Introduction-- Pre-Production: The Script-- Financing and Budgeting-- Scheduling and Storyboarding-- Building a Workstation-- Choosing the Videotapc format-- Production: Cameras and Camera Accessories-- Lighting and Set Dressing including Special Effects Lighting-- Production Sound-- Postproduction: Preparing to Edit-- Editing Systems-- Locking Picture, Editing for content and story-- Postproduction Sound-- Color Correction and Image Enhancement-- Special Effects-- Outputs-- Getting your 35 mm Release Print.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
New video technology makes it possible to produce Hollywood-quality features, documentaries, training films, and a variety of other productions at a fraction of the cost of traditional film production. To master these digital tools or production, producers need to understand how to integrate these technologies with the traditional filmmakers' resources. If you are interested in, or are currently producing digital features, documentaries, or training material, everything you need to know about digital hardware, software, scripting, production, postproduction, and editing is included in this comprehensive resource. The book guides novice filmmakers through the entire production process, (covering both Windows and Macintosh platform issues), while helping experienced filmmakers discover how DV differs from what they already know. It's not just about video on your desktop, it's about using your desktop to create productions that can be distributed on the web, home video, broadcast television, projection or video including NTSC, PAL or DTV. The text: includes an in-depth analysis and comparison of the various digital video formats and cameras; details the various delivery formats including the Web, home video, TV, projection, and video (NTSC, PAL or DTV); and provides a detailed explanation of how to transfer digital video to film (including sample QuickTime movies of transferred footage). The CD-ROM includes sample productions to use in the learning process, demos of leading products, and other supporting files for the information covered in the book.
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Green Library
xxii, 526 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • I. FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL VIDEO. 1. Introduction to Digital Video. 2. Video Image Formation Models. 3. Spatio-Temporal Sampling. 4. Sampling Structure Conversion. II. TWO-D MOTION ESTIMATION. 5. Optical Flow Equation. 6. Block-Based Methods. 7. Pel Recursive Methods. 8. Bayesian Methods. III. THREE-D MOTION ESTIMATION AND SEGMENTATION. 9. Methods Using Pint Correspondence. 10. Direct and Optical Flow Based Methods. 11. Basics of Image Segmentation. 12. Simultaneous Estimation and Segmentation. IV. VIDEO IMAGE FILTERING. 13. Motion-Compensated Filtering. 14. Standards Conversion. 15. Superresolution and Restoration. 16. Enhancement and Noise Filtering. V. IMAGE COMPRESSION FUNDAMENTALS AND STANDARDS. 17. Fundamentals and Lossless Coding. 18. DPCM and Transform Coding. 19. Still Image Compression Standards. 20. Subband/Wavelet Coding and Vector Quantization. VI. VIDEO COMPRESSION STANDARDS AND APPLICATIONS. 21. Video Compression Standards. 22. Advanced TV Systems. 23. VLB Coding and Videophone. 24. Three-D Model Based Coding.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780131900752 20160528
For electrical engineers, telecommunications managers, computer scientists, product planners, technical and market consultants, and all those interested in digital video image processing. In response to the boom in video processing, and multimedia systems and services, this book provides a comprehensive overview of video image processing.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780131900752 20160528
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
  • Preface xvii About the Author xxv Chapter 1: Multi-Dimensional Signals and Systems 1 1.1 Multi-Dimensional Signals 2 1.2 Multi-Dimensional Transforms 8 1.3 Multi-Dimensional Systems 20 1.4 Multi-Dimensional Sampling Theory 30 1.5 Sampling Structure Conversion 42 References 47 Exercises 48 Chapter 2: Digital Images and Video 53 2.1 Human Visual System and Color 54 2.2 Analog Video 63 2.3 Digital Video 67 2.4 3D Video 79 2.5 Digital-Video Applications 85 2.6 Image and Video Quality 96 References 100 Chapter 3: Image Filtering 105 3.1 Image Smoothing 106 3.2 Image Re-Sampling and Multi-Resolution Representations 110 3.3 Image-Gradient Estimation, Edge and Feature Detection 127 3.4 Image Enhancement 137 3.5 Image Denoising 147 3.6 Image Restoration 164 References 181 Exercises 186 MATLAB Resources 193 Chapter 4: Motion Estimation 195 4.1 Image Formation 196 4.2 Motion Models 202 4.3 2D Apparent-Motion Estimation 214 4.4 Differential Methods 225 4.5 Matching Methods 233 4.6 Nonlinear Optimization Methods 245 4.7 Transform-Domain Methods 249 4.8 3D Motion and Structure Estimation 251 References 263 Exercises 268 MATLAB Resources 272 Chapter 5: Video Segmentation and Tracking 273 5.1 Image Segmentation 275 5.2 Change Detection 289 5.3 Motion Segmentation 298 5.4 Motion Tracking 317 5.5 Image and Video Matting 328 5.6 Performance Evaluation 330 References 331 MATLAB Exercises 338 Internet Resources 339 Chapter 6: Video Filtering 341 6.1 Theory of Spatio-Temporal Filtering 342 6.2 Video-Format Conversion 349 6.3 Multi-Frame Noise Filtering 367 6.4 Multi-Frame Restoration 374 6.5 Multi-Frame Super-Resolution 377 References 394 Exercises 399 Chapter 7: Image Compression 401 7.1 Basics of Image Compression 402 7.2 Lossless Image Compression 417 7.3 Discrete-Cosine Transform Coding and JPEG 431 7.4 Wavelet-Transform Coding and JPEG2000 443 References 454 Exercises 456 Internet Resources 459 Chapter 8: Video Compression 461 8.1 Video-Compression Approaches 462 8.2 Early Video-Compression Standards 467 8.3 MPEG-4 AVC/ITU-T H.264 Standard 483 8.4 High-Efficiency Video-Coding (HEVC) Standard 491 8.5 Scalable-Video Compression 497 8.6 Stereo and Multi-View Video Compression 502 References 512 Exercises 514 Internet Resources 515 Appendix A: Vector-Matrix Operations in Image and Video Processing 517 A.1 Two-Dimensional Convolution 517 A.2 Two-Dimensional Discrete-Fourier Transform 520 A.3 Three-Dimensional Rotation - Rotation Matrix 521 References 525 Exercises 525 Appendix B: Ill-Posed Problems in Image and Video Processing 527 B.1 Image Representations 527 B.2 Overview of Image Models 528 B.3 Basics of Sparse-Image Modeling 530 B.4 Well-Posed Formulations of Ill-Posed Problems 531 References 532 Appendix C: Markov and Gibbs Random Fields 533 C.1 Equivalence of Markov Random Fields and Gibbs Random Fields 533 C.2 Gibbs Distribution as an a priori PDF Model 537 C.3 Computation of Local Conditional Probabilities from a Gibbs Distribution 538 References 539 Appendix D: Optimization Methods 541 D.1 Gradient-Based Optimization 542 D.2 Simulated Annealing 544 D.3 Greedy Methods 547 References 549 Appendix E: Model Fitting 551 E.1 Least-Squares Fitting 551 E.2 Least-Squares Solution of Homogeneous Linear Equations 552 E.3 Total Least-Squares Fitting 554 E.4 Random-Sample Consensus (RANSAC) 556 References 556 Index 557.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780133991000 20160711
Over the years, thousands of engineering students and professionals relied on Digital Video Processing as the definitive, in-depth guide to digital image and video processing technology. Now, Dr. A. Murat Tekalp has completely revamped the first edition to reflect today's technologies, techniques, algorithms, and trends. Digital Video Processing, Second Edition, reflects important advances in image processing, computer vision, and video compression, including new applications such as digital cinema, ultra-high-resolution video, and 3D video. This edition offers rigorous, comprehensive, balanced, and quantitative coverage of image filtering, motion estimation, tracking, segmentation, video filtering, and compression. Now organized and presented as a true tutorial, it contains updated problem sets and new MATLAB projects in every chapter. Coverage includes * Multi-dimensional signals/systems: transforms, sampling, and lattice conversion * Digital images and video: human vision, analog/digital video, and video quality * Image filtering: gradient estimation, edge detection, scaling, multi-resolution representations, enhancement, de-noising, and restoration * Motion estimation: image formation; motion models; differential, matching, optimization, and transform-domain methods; and 3D motion and shape estimation * Video segmentation: color and motion segmentation, change detection, shot boundary detection, video matting, video tracking, and performance evaluation * Multi-frame filtering: motion-compensated filtering, multi-frame standards conversion, multi-frame noise filtering, restoration, and super-resolution * Image compression: lossless compression, JPEG, wavelets, and JPEG2000 * Video compression: early standards, ITU-T H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, HEVC, Scalable Video Compression, and stereo/multi-view approaches.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780133991000 20160711
1 online resource (305 p.) : ill.
  • chapter 1 Understanding Digital Video. chapter 2 What You Need to Get Started. chapter 3 Preparing to Shoot Video. chapter 4 Recording Great Audio. chapter 5 Controlling Exposure and Focus. chapter 6 Exploring the Color of Light and Lighting. chapter 7 Basic Principles and Event Videography. chapter 8 Shooting Great Footage Through Composition. chapter 9 Reviewing and Transferring Video. chapter 10 Editing Video and the Postproduction Process. chapter 11 Creating Transitions, Titles, and Other Video Effects. chapter 12 Sharing Your Video with the World.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470570975 20160604
Tips and techniques for shooting and sharing superb digital videos Never before has video been more popular-or more accessible to the home videographer. Now you can create YouTube-worthy, professional-looking video, with the help of this richly illustrated guide. In a straightforward, simple, highly visual format, Teach Yourself VISUALLY Digital Video demystifies the secrets of great video. With colorful screenshots and illustrations plus step-by-step instructions, the book explains the features of your camera and their capabilities, and shows you how to go beyond "auto" to manually adjust the settings for just the effect you want.* Know how to get the most out of your camera, whether it's a high definition video recorder or a still camera with video capabilities* Set exposure, white balance, and shutter speed to achieve optimum results for your subject* Learn how to edit and enhance your video with after capture softwareShare your work with friends, family, or professional colleagues on the Web, through YouTube, Facebook, MySpace, Google, Yahoo, Flicker, and other sites Jam packed with hints and simple tips, this handy, full-color visual guide will give you the tools and techniques to create better homemade videos or make the jump from amateur to prosumer.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470570975 20160604
xiv, 249 p. : ill.
x, 329 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. + 1 DVD (4 3/4").
viii, 217 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
1 online resource (xiv, 113 p.) : ill. (some col.).
x, 209 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xxii, 388 p. : col. ill.
  • Introduction 1 Part I: Joining the DSLR Video Revolution 7 Chapter 1: Going from Still to Video in a Single Camera 9 Chapter 2: Exploring DSLR Video Capabilities 23 Chapter 3: Keeping Your Camera Steady 45 Chapter 4: Audio Matters 57 Part II: Control the Camera, Control the Movie 67 Chapter 5: Shooting Video with Your DSLR 69 Chapter 6: Getting Creative with Your Shoot 87 Chapter 7: Breaking Dawn Over Light Sources 111 Chapter 8: BYOL: Bringing Your Own Light 131 Chapter 9: Reigning in the Frame 147 Chapter 10: Making the Most of Audio Capture 161 Part III: Fixing It in Post 173 Chapter 11: Building Your Editing Suite 175 Chapter 12: Getting to Know Adobe Premiere Elements 197 Chapter 13: Making Your Movie 217 Chapter 14: Taking Your Edit to Infinity and Beyond 241 Chapter 15: Presenting Your Movie 253 Chapter 16: Archiving Your Movie Files 267 Part IV: Becoming a Filmmaker 281 Chapter 17: Doing the Preshoot Work 283 Chapter 18: Roles in the Filmmaking Process 299 Chapter 19: Managing the Day of the Shoot and Beyond 313 Chapter 20: Your Red Carpet Premiere Awaits 325 Part V: The Part of Tens 333 Chapter 21: Ten Ways to Improve Your Filmmaking Skills 335 Chapter 22: Ten Steps to Creating a Music Video 345 Chapter 23: Ten Wedding Video Techniques 355 Chapter 24: Ten Tips for Creating a Documentary 363 Index 371.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118365984 20160711
Step-by-step guide for using your digital SLR to make quality video With digital SLR cameras becoming more and more popular as replacements for standalone video cameras, this book helps photographers become better videographers and shows videographers how to incorporate DSLRs into their work. The book includes an overview of the DSLR video tools and process and shows how to establish camera settings for effective capture, light a scene, get sound, and achieve the film look. The book also offers the basics on editing footage into a final product using common video editing tools. * Offers everything needed to shoot, produce, and edit a professional looking videos using DSLR video equipment * Written for both professional photographers and videographers and those just starting out * Includes the steps for applying information to a film project, including developing a screenplay, approaching shooting like a cinematographer, and directing * Contains a walkthrough of common video projects including making a music video, a wedding video, and video greeting card Digital SLR Video and Filmmaking for Dummies is designed to help photographers ramp up their video skills, videographers add DSLRs to their toolkits, and amateurs begin shooting their own short films and videos.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118365984 20160711
xiv, 353 p. : col. ill.


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