Providing a foundation for those ready to make the leap into the world of film and HD-based professional post-production as practiced in the Hollywood media community, this guide teaches the fundamentals of nonlinear editing. It covers the basic techniques and generic editing procedures fundamental to popular visual nonlinear editing software such as Avid, Adobe, Final Cut Pro, and audio editing programs such as Pro Tools. Tutorials are also provided for basic procedures such as synchronization of audio to visuals, film-to-tape conversion, output to tape, output to film, and standard definition to high-definition conversions.
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Charles Domokos is a former instructor for post-production classes at the University of Southern California (USC) School of Cinema & Television and at the USC Summer Production Workshop. He has also taught television and post-production classes at Los Angeles City College and Loyola-Marymount University. He lives in Los Angeles.Review:
"An easy-to-remember summary of nonlinear editing fundamentals. The chapters are well-organized, from commands and procedures to work flow and structure. This book presents the classic rules of continuity editing and is an excellent reference for broadcast editing in the digital age." —Judy Reidel, independent film editor
"This book is a gem that covers the whole process from start to finish, not just teaching theory but also showing how things are actually done. The workflow charts alone are worth the price of the book." —John Clavin, post-production sound engineer
"This text is more than ideal for film students looking to get their foot in the door." —Vaughn Obern, chair, Cinema-Television Department, Los Angeles City College
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