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Post : The Theory and Technique of Digital Nonlinear Motion Picture Editing - 03 edition

Post : The Theory and Technique of Digital Nonlinear Motion Picture Editing (ISBN10: 020533525X; ISBN13: 9780205335251)
ISBN13: 978-0205335251
ISBN10: 020533525X

Summary: Acknowledgements. 1. Introduction. Computer-Based Editing Systems as Tools. The Term Motion Picture Encompasses Many Media Forms. What Is an Editor? What Does Editing Mean? The Goals and Responsibilities of the Motion Picture Editor. What Nonlinear Means. Nonlinear Editing vs. Analog Videotape Editing. Terminology. How to Use This Book. The ''Editors Mindset.'' 2. A Brief History of Early Motion Picture Editing and the Introduction of Digital Nonlinear Systems. Early
Motion Picture Editors. Groundbreaking and Innovative Early Filmmakers and Film Theorists. Other Filmmakers You May Want to Seek Out. Early Editing Equipment. Digital Nonlinear Systems Enter the Market. Hollywood Helps the Move to Nonlinear Editing. Feature Films Edited Electronically. Affordable Systems Catered to the Independent and Student Markets. 3. What the Editor Must Know: Basic Motion Picture Stages and Crew Positions. The Basic Process of Production. Shooting on Film. Shooting on Video. Three Basic Stages of Constructing a Motion Picture. Importance of Working in Collaboration with the Production Team. Production Positions and Usual Responsibilities. Some Postproduction Positions. 4. Editing Conventions and Styles. The Lure of High-Tech Equipment. The Manipulation of Space and Time. Classical Hollywood Style Editing. The Four Main Points of Classical Hollywood Style Editing. Shooting for the Edit: What You Need to Consider During Production. Effective Storytelling: Audience, Purpose, and Content. Theory and Technique of the Editor: The Editors Mindset. 5. The Digital Nonlinear Workflow and Work Environment. Workflow. Potential Problems. The Learning Process and Developing a Strategy. Basic Stages of Editing in the Digital Nonlinear Environment. Work Environment: Your Surroundings, Ergonomic Considerations, External Equipment, and Supplies. Extras. Cables. Cable Connectors. 6. Getting Your Footage into the System: What the Steps Are and W
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Summary: Acknowledgements. 1. Introduction. Computer-Based Editing Systems as Tools. The Term Motion Picture Encompasses Many Media Forms. What Is an Editor? What Does Editing Mean? The Goals and Responsibilities of the Motion Picture Editor. What Nonlinear Means. Nonlinear Editing vs. Analog Videotape Editing. Terminology. How to Use This Book. The ''Editors Mindset.'' 2. A Brief History of Early Motion Picture Editing and the Introduction of Digital Nonlinear Systems. Early Motion Picture Editors. Groundbreaking and Innovative Early Filmmakers and Film Theorists. Other Filmmakers You May Want to Seek Out. Early Editing Equipment. Digital Nonlinear Systems Enter the Market. Hollywood Helps the Move to Nonlinear Editing. Feature Films Edited Electronically. Affordable Systems Catered to the Independent and Student Markets. 3. What the Editor Must Know: Basic Motion Picture Stages and Crew Positions. The Basic Process of Production. Shooting on Film. Shooting on Video. Three Basic Stages of Constructing a Motion Picture. Importance of Working in Collaboration with the Production Team. Production Positions and Usual Responsibilities. Some Postproduction Positions. 4. Editing Conventions and Styles. The Lure of High-Tech Equipment. The Manipulation of Space and Time. Classical Hollywood Style Editing. The Four Main Points of Classical Hollywood Style Editing. Shooting for the Edit: What You Need to Consider During Production. Effective Storytelling: Audience, Purpose, and Content. Theory and Technique of the Editor: The Editors Mindset. 5. The Digital Nonlinear Workflow and Work Environment. Workflow. Potential Problems. The Learning Process and Developing a Strategy. Basic Stages of Editing in the Digital Nonlinear Environment. Work Environment: Your Surroundings, Ergonomic Considerations, External Equipment, and Supplies. Extras. Cables. Cable Connectors. 6. Getting Your Footage into the System: What the Steps Are and W ...show less

Edition/Copyright: 03
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Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
Year Published: 2003
International: No

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