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Readers will be able to put their advanced editing skills to work immediately by using the accompanying hands-on lesson files to work through the steps in the book. They’ll further improve their knowledge through engaging video tutorials, handy quick-reference guides, and keyboard shortcut sheets all made available on the book’s DVD.
Chapter 11 Color Correction and Grading
Chapter 12 Essential Effects
Chapter 13 Creating Titles
Chapter 14 Quality Control and Archiving
Chapter 15 Publish Your Video
On The Disc
Appendix A Multicamera Editing
Appendix B DSLR Workflow Guide
Appendix C Capturing from Tape
Appendix D Working with Final Cut Pro
Appendix E Working with Avid Media Composer
Appendix F Working with 3D Source Material
Posted March 5, 2012
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I have come to Pr from both FCP and Vegas Pro. Wanted something to help figure out the differences in Pr's workflow, without starting from scratch. Richard has done a number of excellent videos on Pr, but this volume pulls together many of them, and is, for me, better suited (as well as faster) to my daily needs than fishing through Google or Bing. I would add a star if there was some better tips and tricks that would better organized. I'm still waiting for the Pr equivalent of Larry Jordan's FCP Power Skills book. This isn't it, but it does get you a lot of great information, easily organized.
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