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Overview

Ready to move from DV into the HDV realm? High-definition video, or HDV, is the latest technology to answer the demand for better-quality video images. Indeed, this format has greatly improved the overall quality of digital video, but capturing, editing, and outputting HDV can be tricky. That's where "HDV Filmmaking" comes into play. As one of the first books on the subject of HDV, this useful reference will take you through the entire spectrum of HDV production and post-production, from choosing a high-definition video format and an HDV camcorder, to acquiring and editing HDV, to working with advanced HDV effects and delivering your finished product. You'll start by learning the basics about high-definition formats and then quickly move into more advanced topics, such as how to install and configure an HDV editing system, how to color-correct video, how to edit and mix audio, and how to use 3D images and animations in your work. Interviews with professional filmmakers and other artists help round out this comprehensive reference. Whether you are a professional in the film industry or a film student interested in the latest technologies and techniques, "HDV Filmmaking" is your guide to the exciting world of high-definition video.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781592008285
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 9/26/2005
  • Series: Aspiring Filmmaker's Library
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 488
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.08 (h) x 1.16 (d)

Meet the Author

Chad Fahs is an author whose work includes the "MacWorld DVD Studio Pro Bible", "Final Cut Pro 4 for Dummies", "Flash MX Design for TV and Video" (with several chapters on After Effects), "Apple Pro Training Series: DVD Studio Pro 2", and "Mac OS X in Ten Simple Steps or Less" (including iMovie). Chad also writes, directs, produces, and consults for a variety of projects and clients, including the original Apple-certified DVD Studio Pro training course, official courseware for Ulead's DVD Workshop, an e-learning project for Adobe, and Web design work for United Airlines, among others. In addition, Chad has taught video editing and animation as a part-time faculty member in the Multimedia Arts department at the College of DuPage outside of Chicago. He has also operated an Avid editing studio in Chicago and lived in Los Angeles, where he provided training and consulting services for companies like All4DVD and Digital Film Tree and press kit material for an act on Geffen/Interscope. Chad is a certified Apple instructor and frequently teaches Apple certified classes and custom courses in Final Cut Pro and DVD Studio Pro for Future Media Concepts in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., with students from the White House, State Department, NASA, and NPR. Currently, he is creating content for an all High Definition visual arts channel called MOOV on the VOOM HD satellite network, where over the past year he has utilized a variety of software and original media to create many hours of High Definition programming.

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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Understanding high-definition video formats 3
Ch. 2 Choosing an HDV camcorder 29
Ch. 3 Installing and configuring an HDV editing system 67
Ch. 4 Operating an HDV camcorder 101
Ch. 5 Lighting for HDV 143
Ch. 6 Designing effective compositions 165
Ch. 7 Editing HDV 205
Ch. 8 Color correcting video 259
Ch. 9 Editing and mixing audio 287
Ch. 10 Creating graphics and effects for HDV 323
Ch. 11 Working with 3D animation and effects 359
Ch. 12 Delivering HDV content 379
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