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Videographers' Audio Handbook
     

Videographers' Audio Handbook

by John Fielden
 

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Videographers' Audio Handbook is designed for media students, working videographers, and the home video enthusiast.

By using the sound principles discussed in this book and by applying the specific work related explanations, the reader will improve on the overall sound quality of their video projects.

The reader will learn key points in capturing

Overview

Videographers' Audio Handbook is designed for media students, working videographers, and the home video enthusiast.

By using the sound principles discussed in this book and by applying the specific work related explanations, the reader will improve on the overall sound quality of their video projects.

The reader will learn key points in capturing audio for video productions, including -

> Application of correct sound equipment

> Proper connection and setup of location audio

> Set distortion free recording levels

> Troubleshoot and prevent location audio problems

> Easily incorporate basic audio techniques

> Recording dialogue on a variety of locations

> Capture quality audio when using HDSLR cameras

> Plus much more using pictures and graphical layouts

The pages of information within this book are based on 30 years working in film and video. This work experience has been condensed in a conversational, informative book; helping the videographer achieve their visual and auditory masterpiece, even if it’s only their daughter’s graduation.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012212146
Publisher:
My Planet Press
Publication date:
02/26/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

John Fielden, author of “Roll Sound!” A Practical Guide for Location Audio, has written a second book based on his 30 years of experience as a sound engineer for Television, Films and Music.

His writing style, delivers technical jargon in an easily understood, conversational format; as if he was personally instructing videographers in the fine art of location sound in his garage.

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