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Avid Editing: A Guide for Beginning and Intermediate Users

 
 
 
 
Avid Editing: A Guide for Beginning and Intermediate Users
Author: Sam Kauffmann
ISBN 13: 9780240810805
ISBN 10: 240810805
Edition: 4
Publisher: Focal Press
Publication Date: 2009-02-02
Format: Paperback
Pages: 408
List Price: $49.95
 
 

Geared toward novice Avid editors, this book provides step-by-step instructions for hundreds of editing tasks and concepts within the Avid software applications. The chapters guide you through an editing project, while the accompanying DVD provides footage to edit allowing for a hands-on experience.

More than just a software manual, the book weaves editing principles with the Avid workflow, delving into general editing techniques, principles, and pitfalls, and helping you master the Avid as well as improve your overall editing technique and skillset.

Concentrates on the latest Media Composer software, and Mojo DX and Nitris DX hardware. Due to the similarity of Avid's interface across product lines, readers will also find the book relevant for Avid Xpress Pro HD, Xpress Pro, Xpress DV and Avid Symphony.

Expanded coverage on HD, DVCPro HD, HDV, and P2 and memory card workflows, DVD authoring and media management and more, preparing editors to work seamlessly with the latest technical updates to Avid.

Companion DVD contains two narrative scene and one documentary project allowing you to work along the lessons taught in the bookfootage allowing you to work alongside the lessons taught in the book

* New edition of time-tested bestseller is updated with coverage on, Mojo DX and Nitris DX hardware, HD, DVCPro HD, HDV, and P2 and memory card workflows, DVD authoring and media management and more
* Unique in that not only is the book a great primer on using Avid, it also effectively teaches editing techniques and concepts helping readers become better technical editors in general
* DVD contains footage readers can work along side the text with, further allowing them to focus on improving their editing skills instead of capturing their own footage