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Pearson Education Book: Creative Postproduction: Editing, Sound, Visual Effects, and Music for Film and Video, 1st Edition
Book: Creative Postproduction: Editing, Sound, Visual Effects, and Music for Film and Video, 1st Edition
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Creative Postproduction: Editing, Sound, Visual Effects, and Music for Film and Video provides essential insight into the postproduction process for general film students, those headed for careers as directors, cinematographers, producers, or writers, and those who want to pursue a career in the area of postproduction itself. While focusing on the creative aspects, it discusses many technical considerations along the way, and covers up-to-date technological developments. The clear language and a wealth of real-life experience shows readers how creativity continues to the very end of the filmmaking process.
Written by four award-winning, working professionals in film and television, this text provides students with first-hand insight into the business. It includes comprehensive coverage of editing, sound and visual effects, postproduction processes, and film music, giving students a well-rounded view of the entire postproduction process. The book stresses the aesthetic and creative aspects of film work after shooting is complete, an increasingly important aspect of filmmaking as more primary creation occurs in postproduction than ever before. An extensive glossary of postproduction terminology gives students a resource to recent terminology that is not yet widely understood.
Table of Contents
Introduction by Robert Benedetti Part I. The Postproduction Process, by Bernie Larami Chapter 1. Getting Started Chapter 2. The Post Budget Chapter 3. Working with Film Chapter 4. The Nature of Video Chapter 5. Video Origination and Editing Chapter 6. The Post Schedule Chapter 7. Special Visual Effects Chapter 8. Sound Chapter 9. Prints, Distribution, and Archives Part II. Editing, by Michael Brown Chapter 10. The Editor, the Director, and the Editing Team Chapter 11. The Work Begins Chapter 12. The First Assembly and the Director's Cut Chapter 13. Toward a Locked Cut Chapter 14. Dubbing, Timing, and Printing Part III. Movie Music, by Patrick Williams Chapter 15. The Right Music in the Right Place at the Right Time Chapter 16. Preparing to Compose Chapter 17. Composing Chapter 18. Finishing Chapter 19. A Career as a Film Composer Appendix A: A Typical Production Chart of Accounts. Appendix B: List of Cited Films A Glossary of Film and Television Terms List of Illustrations
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Robert Benedetti, Michael Brown, Bernie Laramie, and Patrick Williams
ISBN-10: 0205375758, ISBN-13: 978-0205375752
Pearson Education, Allyn & Bacon
May 5, 2003
8.9 x 5.9 x 0.4", 22.61 x 14.99 x 1.02cm
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