The computer videomaker handbook: a comprehensive guide to making video
From the editors of Videomaker Magazine comes this exciting new book that takes the novice, step-by-step, through the elements that create a quality video production. The Computer Videomaker Handbook provides information on all the latest tools and techniques available to help you shoot like the pros. The second edition has been updated to include topics like shooting, serving, encoding, editing to stream, making streaming slide shows, non-streaming delivery, MPEGs, QuickTime and how to make CD-ROMs and DVD-videos. Whether you're a novice videomaker or a would-be prosumer, learn to make better, more exciting video with The New Videomaker Handbook. The book examines the latest in digital production and the Internet, including video streaming. A companion website demonstrates the streaming techniques covered in the book.
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All About Lenses
Choosing a Video Format
The Technology that Steadies Your Shots
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