Pro Tools for Film and Video

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Taylor & Francis, 2009 - Computers - 261 pages
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This step-by-step guide for editing sound to picture using Pro Tools starts by explaining the Pro Tools systems and covers all key audio topics, including equipment, sound, music, effects, output and mixing tools, to give users the skills needed to work on any project from big budget feature film to amateur DV video in mono, stereo or surround sound. Clearly set out and thorough in coverage, the book takes a practical real world approach, a live 35mm film project runs through the chapters illustrating how different functions are added to a film providing the real detail of how to apply it to an edit. Extensively illustrated in color and packed with time-saving hints and tips, the companion website, http://booksite.focalpress.com/Angell., contains the various Pro Tools sessions of the project film as it moves through audio editing, ADR, mixing and final 35mm release prints.

*Covers all technologies and systems used with Pro Tools *Integrates Avid and Final Cut Pro software with Pro Tools *Layouts for extremely affordable portable Pro Tools systems to high-end studio setups *Packed with tips and tricks to get the most out of the program

  

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Contents

Chapter 2 Audio workflow
51
Chapter 3 Editing Tools and the Pro Tools Interface
75
Chapter 4 Plugins
93
Chapter 5 Dialogue editing and replacement
125
Chapter 6 Sound design
149
Chapter 7 Music
171
Chapter 8 The Dub
189
Chapter 9 Output and delivery
217
Appendix 1 Analog audio
229
Appendix 2 Digital audio
245
Index
255
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