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Mastering multicamera techniques : from preproduction to editing and deliverables / Mitch Jacobson.

Jacobson, Mitch. (Author).

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Berklee College of Music.

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Record details

  • ISBN: 9780240811765
  • ISBN: 0240811763
  • Physical Description: xxi, 449 p. : ill. (chiefly color), ports. (chiefly color) ; 25 cm + 1 videodisc (sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.)
  • Publisher: Oxford : Focal Press, 2010.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Includes an accompanying DVD.
Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note:
PREPRODUCTION: -- 1. Preproduction -- 2. Tape labeling and scene numbering systems -- PRODUCTION: -- 3. Types of multicamera productions -- 4. The multicamera shoot day -- TIMECODE AND SYNC: -- 5. Timecode basics -- 6. Sync methods -- 7. Syncing the nonsynchronous -- POSTPRODUCTION: -- 8. Computers, bandwidth, and speed -- 9. Multicamera nonlinear editing software -- 10. Preparing the multicamera project for editing -- 11. Grouping and syncing angles -- EDITORIAL: -- 12. Cutting techniques and styles -- 13. Cutting music -- 14. Sitcoms and comedy -- 15. The main event -- DELIVERABLES: -- 16 Conforming the master -- 17. Audio in postproduction -- 18. Deliverables -- MULTICAMERA MADNESS CASE STUDIES: -- 19. Case study: A hybrid 10-camera red 4k and EFP HD production -- Journey: Live from Manila -- 20. Case study: A mixed-platform workflow -- Paul McCartney: The space within us -- 21. The filmed concert workflow: The Rolling Stones' Shine a light -- 22. A thumbnail history of multicamera production and editing -- APPENDIX 1: Interviewee list and bio info -- APPENDIX 2: Companion DVD contents: -- Bonus chapters -- Multicamera video clips -- Video tutorials -- Free applications -- Research links -- Multicamera madness: unedited case studies.
Summary, etc.:
From a basic 2 camera interview to an elaborate 26 camera HD concert film, this guide presents a platform-agnostic approach to the essential techniques required to set up and edit a multi-camera project. Actual case studies are used to examine specific usages of multi-camera editing and include a variety of genres.
Subject: Cinematography > Technique.
Video recordings > Production and direction.
Motion pictures > Editing.
Includes an accompanying DVD.
Includes index.
From a basic 2 camera interview to an elaborate 26 camera HD concert film, this guide presents a platform-agnostic approach to the essential techniques required to set up and edit a multi-camera project. Actual case studies are used to examine specific usages of multi-camera editing and include a variety of genres.

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