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How Video Works

by Diana Weynand & Marcus Weise

Most used book by professionals in broadcast and post production video departments in the entertainment industry!

HOW VIDEO WORKS (formerly Videotape Theory & Operations) offers to the working video professional...

Basic TV Technology: Digital and Analog

by Robert L Hartwig

Basic TV Technology is the essential basic guide to the fundamentals underlying all television and video systems, written for students and nontechnical professionals. You don't need to have a math or science...

Dialogue Editing for Motion Pictures: A Guide to the Invisible Art

by John Purcell

Dialogue editing is a crucial yet invisible part of filmmaking. Do it right, and no one notices. Do it wrong, and your film or video sounds messy, distracting, and unrealistic. This is a book for people who...

Designing Menus with Encore DVD

by John Skidgel

Designed to complement the Encore DVD software documentation, this full-color book begins with a brief description of the DVD specification, then introduces readers to DVD authoring concepts such as menu creation,...

Designing Menus with DVD Studio Pro

by John Skidgel

Compared to other technologies like the television, VCR, and even personal computer, the rapid pace of DVD adoption is unprecedented. This information-packed book offers thorough instruction on how to build...

Audio Postproduction for Digital Video

by Jay Rose

Written in the author's clear conversational style, with ample illustrations and visual analogies, this book features software agnostic tutorials and "cookbook recipes" for each phase of postaudio processing....

Basics of Video Lighting

by Des Lyver & Graham Swainson

Now fully updated by Des Lyver to reflect the latest advances, the second edition of Basics of Video Lighting is a primer for anyone wishing to learn about lighting a video production. It describes the principles...

Creating PC Video

by Douglas Stevenson & Robert Wolenik

This book teaches readers how to put a working system together by showing them the equipment available to them, and what it can do. Readers will learn how to create video products using the computer as an editing...

Digital Cinematography

by Paul Wheeler

High end digital cinematography can truly challenge the film camera in many of the technical, artistic and emotional aspects of what we think of as 'cinematography'. This book is a guide for practising and aspiring...

Audio for Single Camera Operation

by Tony Grant

In the last decade a greater demand has been placed on cameramen to record sound as well as pictures on location. For anyone wanting to learn about the basics of recording sound, specific to single camera location...

Basics of the Video Production Diary

by Des Lyver

Video production requires a high degree of organization to be a success. Good organization will require a proper diary to be kept of your production. It is the understanding of the paperwork and its organization...

Guide to Postproduction for TV and Film: Managing the Process

by Barbara Clark & Susan Spohr

Are you an associate producer who needs to juggle projects and vendors while keeping on top of the latest trends and formats? Or an independent filmmaker who can't afford a misstep in the crucial postproduction...

Editing Digital Film: Integrating Final Cut Pro, Avid, and Media 100

by Jaime Fowler

At long last, film and video editors are using the same systems to edit their projects, and Editing Digital Film is the guide to show them how to do it. This concise reference provides video and film editors...

Practical Cinematography

by Paul Wheeler

Filmmaking is an art, but, like so many art forms, there are basic underlying tools and techniques and a body theoretical knowledge that must be understood and mastered before artistic expression can flourish....

The Producer's Business Handbook

by Jr., John J. Lee & Rob Holt

The Producer's Business Handbook provides a model for making a successful business of independent filmmaking. It will give you a comprehensive understanding of the business of entertainment and supply you with...

Masters of Light: Conversations with Contemporary Cinematographers

by Larry Salvato, Dennis Schaefer & John Bailey

Through conversations held with fifteen of the most accomplished contemporary cinematographers, the authors explore the working world of the person who controls the visual look and style of a film. This reissue...

A Companion to Woody Allen

by Peter J. Bailey & Sam B. Girgus

Edited by two renowned Allen experts, A Companion to Woody Allen presents a collection of 26 original essays on the director’s films. Contributions offer a number of divergent critical perspectives while expanding...

The Dame in the Kimono: Hollywood, Censorship, and the Production Code

by Leonard J. Leff & Jerold L. Simmons

" The new edition of this seminal work takes the story of the Production Code and motion picture censorship into the present, including the creation of the PG-13 and NC-17 ratings in the 1990s.

The Art of the Moving Picture

by Vachel Lindsay, Stanley Kauffmann & Kent Jones

"In the field of film aesthetics, it is the first important American work, still important--The Art of the Moving Picture is astonishing."

--Stanley Kauffmann

Written in 1915, The Art of the Moving Picture by...

Montreal Main: A Queer Film Classic

by Thomas Waugh & Jason Garrison

Montreal Main, considers the brilliant yet neglected 1974 Canadian film set in Montreal's bohemian neighborhood "The Main" and hailed at its premiere at the Whitney Museum of American Art. The movie, directed...