Digital Cinema Training DVD: Digital Cinema Training Course

Digital Cinema Training DVD: Digital Cinema Training Course

Digital Cinema Training DVD: Digital Cinema Training Course

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The Digital Cinema Training Course is a more than comprehensive examination of everything you could possibly want to know about filmmaking.

Everything imaginable revolving around the filmmaking process is covered. Topics range from basic gear to basic moviemaking principles. There is a course in lighting as well as a field technical reference guide for quick troubleshooting. In addition, acting, directing, audio and directing are explored by the people who have been doing it for years - and who know the ins and outs of the profession.

This invaluable collection is for anyone interested in a career in filmmmaking. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned pro, there will be something within these disc for you to learn.

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Digital Cinema Training DVD: Digital Cinema Training Course
  • 25 x DVDs
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    • 1Description
    Subject Professional Videography
    Author Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Edition First
    Hard/Soft Cover DVDs
    Pages More than 24 hours of material
    Dimensions DVD
    Illustrations Yes
    ISBN Number Not Applicable
    Publisher Digial Cinema Training
    Date Published 2008
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 4.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.2 x 8.3 x 6.7"
    DVD: Digital Cinema Training Course is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cinema Training without computer knowledge Mostly on lighting.2 DVDs Basic Production.6 DVDs Movie Production. 4 DVDs Compositing.1 DVD Intermediate Audio.4 DVDs Advanced.Lighting Series.4 DVDs Cine Gear Guide Vol 1.4DVDs Cine Gear Guide Vol 2. 1 DVD Production Prep.1 DCT-FM1 Field Manual.1 clear plastic covered Preflight Production Checklist Card.And of course a Pad of paper for your notes.The cons are there is no info on computers relating to formatting building of ones own computer as far as what motherboards or power supply to use.nothing on the different editing software to use.Nothing on the format Wars.The best way to save your clips to protect then for the future.Or what is the best external hard drives to buy.Looks like some of this sires was done in 2006 & 2007.Nothing on the four different Pro camera companies.I hope they can update more DVDs in this in the future.Oh'and more on Audio would be good.Oh' and yes, makeup for horror and Sy Fi movies too would be great too. I bought this for fun.That this is new stuff that will in the future bring more people to the film making field with a much lower cost.I enjoyed this series very much.I'm not sure if I will make any movie myself.But I hope this will be helpful in the future for all that are into this. Thank you Rush Hamden DP. Thanks to all the others that I got to see do there thing behind the scene.H.M.Munn
    Date published: 2009-08-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Deeply Impressed! I simply like to write that I'm deeply impressed with the entire DCT series, and with the choices you've made in producing it! It's such a massive quantity of material, that I'm still in the process of watching it, and I want to let you know that it really shows that the entire production first and for all is a labor of Love! It really shows that it was made by Cinema professionals who, perhaps for the first time, love to share their trade the way it REALLY is and also in its ENTIRETY. This makes the DCT literally UNIQUE, since I know of no other training or series which does that, nor do I know of any other series who took so much time and effort in order to be comprehensive at sharing their trade! Five years in the making, I believe I read somewhere?! Geez, that's a lot! I bought the series out of curiosity about the trade, and perhaps to get some 'tips and tricks' for starting as a DSLR filmmaker, but gosh, I was not prepared for such a Labor of Love! Especially watching the Advanced Movie Making parts (still am in the proces of watching...) is for me a First, to watch an AUTHENTIC 'Behind the Scenes', really impressive! And such a hard work, very long hours, and sometimes even tedious. I mean the following as a COMPLIMENT, It's nothing like I had expected or anticipated! Also the choice to let the CEO's / inventors of the Gear tell their stories. I thought a lot about that choice, but concluded that it was an excellent one because I do not just get to hear a big 'telly commercial', but most and for all what has been their motivation for making or inventing the products they make, and sell, and why in most cases it has become such an Industry Standard. I feel deeply humbled and impressed by this all-encompassing insight into the trade of movie and television making and the frankness and openness with which the DCT series was produced. I almost get worried about the pricing, do they even get Break Even at that? Or was it a Labor of Love for ALL participants? Best regards, Deeply impressed, Victor van Dijk Kortenhoef The Netherlands Not even a rookie in DSLR shooting (Just starting out to put my toe into the water)!
    Date published: 2013-12-12
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