Master Handbook of Video Production
Focusing on professional video production, this guide shows you how to: select, install, and work with digital equipment; understand MPEG video compression; design video production centers; master standard-definition and high-definition production; assess bandwidth, scanning, and resolution issues; and more.
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Production Facility Design
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