Broadcast Graphics On the Spot: Timesaving Techniques Using Photoshop and After Effects for Broadcast and Post Production

Broadcast Graphics On the Spot: Timesaving Techniques Using Photoshop and After Effects for Broadcast and Post Production

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by Richard Harrington, Chris Vadnais, Glen Stephens
     
 

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ISBN-10: 1578202736

ISBN-13: 9781578202737

Pub. Date: 09/09/2005

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Packed with more than 350 techniques, this book delivers what you need to know - on the spot. If you create graphics for television, this book is for you.

'Broadcast Graphics on the Spot'show you how to produce more compelling TV graphics. From gathering images for use in broadcast graphics to working with fonts, mastering keying and rotoscoping, or working

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Packed with more than 350 techniques, this book delivers what you need to know - on the spot. If you create graphics for television, this book is for you.

'Broadcast Graphics on the Spot'show you how to produce more compelling TV graphics. From gathering images for use in broadcast graphics to working with fonts, mastering keying and rotoscoping, or working with logo motion, this book includes step-by-step procedures for creating over-the-shoulder graphics for news anchors, lower thirds, titles, and full-screens that can be used in everyday news productions.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781578202737
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
09/09/2005
Series:
On The Spot {Series} Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
9.26(w) x 7.46(h) x 0.59(d)

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Broadcast Graphics On the Spot: Timesaving Techniques Using Photoshop and After Effects for Broadcast and Post Production 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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The latest On The Spot book from CMP Books titled Broadcast Graphics, their very informative and short book of the hottest tips, was very informative with great nuggets of useful information. Not too much in any one gulp yet still gives you the ¿aha¿ factor. This book focuses mostly on Photoshop and After Effects in the broadcast arena (hence the title) and they even say this book is for those in television. However, the book also delves into keying, Illustrator, and script automation ¿ so there¿s a little something for everyone. Let¿s face it, as a filmmaker you need to have a solid understanding of just about every facet of production and post-production and this book, with it¿s quick tips, can be helpful in a pinch. It¿s another arsenal in your toolbox. I only wish they had a quick index listing their tricks so when I¿m really in a pinch I don¿t have to search thru the book trying to remember what chapter I saw the helpful hint. All in all, a great productivity time saver and quick read.