The Video Editor’s Guide to Soundtrack Pro: Workflows, Tools, and Techniques

This book tells you how, why, and when you should perform certain audio postproduction tasks within Soundtrack Pro while editing your video in the Final Cut Studio suite. Intertwining video editing workflows with audio editing workflows for video editors using Final Cut Studio, it also describes in-depth the audio postproduction process as well as the specific tools used for editing and mixing audio within Soundtrack Pro. The final section is designed as an audio postproduction “cook-book”, describing typical audio post scenarios with detailed workflows for dealing with them. The book provides real-world workflows and step-by-step instruction on the basics of audio editing in STP, implementing sound effects, spectral tools and much more. Also included is a DVD containing both video and audio files, demonstrating surround sound, mixing procedures, and other audio editing processes. Included as well are project files with which you can refine techniques learned in the book.

The DVD is not included with the E-book.  Please contact the publisher for access to the DVD content by emailing d.mcgonagle@elsevier.com.   

* Real-world audio workflows provide proven audio solutions for Final Cut Studio video editors
* Step-by-step instruction on how to use the Soundtrack Pro toolset
* DVD contains audio and video project files for you to work on, allowing you to put lessons learned into immediate practice

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The Muvipix.com Guide to Adobe Premiere Elements 9: The tools, and how to use them, to make movies on your personal computer using the best-selling video editing software program.

(B&W version) From the basics of video editing with Premiere Elements, like capturing your media and building a timeline, to advanced functions, like creating customized effects and building menus for your DVDs and BluRay discs, Steve Grisetti, co-founder of videomaker support site Muvipix.com, will show you: * How to use the new tools in version 9, including support for the Mac OSX and Windows 7 operating systems. * How to use the Smart Trim, Smart Fix and Smart Mix features. * How to set up your projects to interface most effectively with video from any camcorder, including Flip pocket cams. * The benefits, and the challenges, of Background Rendering and the Media Analyzer. * How to take full advantage of the Elements Organizer and your Photoshop.com account. * The wealth of tools available in not-so-obvious places. * The magic of keyframing, Premiere Elements’ most versatile and powerful tool for creating motion paths and special effects.

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  • Used Book in Good Condition

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Pro Tools for Film and Video

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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  • Focal Press

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The Muvipix.com Guide to Adobe Premiere Elements 2018: The tools, and how to use them, to make movies on your personal computer

From the basics of video editing with Premiere Elements, like capturing your media and building a timeline, to advanced functions, like creating customized effects and building menus for your DVDs, Muvipix.com co-founder Steve Grisetti show you: • How to use the Motion Tracking tool, Candid Moments and the Smart Trim tool to edit and enhance your videos. • How to turn your raw footage into exciting movies using the Video Story tool. • How to create multi-screen effects with the Video Collage tool. • How to create custom-length music tracks from virtually any song with the new Music Remixer. • The magic of keyframing, Premiere Elements’ most versatile and powerful tool for creating motion paths and special effects. • How to use the options in the program’s Export & Share workspace to create movies, burn DVDs and share your videos online.

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Digital Video Hacks: Tips & Tools for Shooting, Editing, and Sharing (O’Reilly’s Hacks Series)

Since the dawn of film, novices and experts have used quick-and-dirty workarounds and audiovisual tricks to improve their motion pictures, from home movies to feature films. Today, the tools have certainly changed, as have the quality and scope of the results. With digital video, the hacking possibilities are now limitless, for both amateurs and professional artists. From acquiring footage, mixing, editing, and adding effects to final distribution, Digital Video Hacks provides unique tips, tools, and techniques for every stage of video production. You’ll learn how to:

  • Get your projects started right using creative preparation tools and techniques,from making your own steadicam, boom, or dolly to effective storyboarding, timecoding, and tape labeling
  • Troubleshoot common shooting problems, including using stop-motion and time-lapse techniques, lighting effects, colored screens and gels, and household objects to establish mood or otherwise wow an audience
  • Create stunning visual effects, such as satellite zooming, surreal scenes, Matrix-like bullet-time, and green screen illusions
  • Fool your audience with audio tricks, replacing flubbed dialogue, smoothing over cuts, and covering missing audio with room tone
  • Add professional features with post-production tricks, including color correction, soundtrack cleanup, opening sequences, and DVD bookmarks
  • Distribute final content in a variety of creative ways, from exporting to basic videotape or DVD to streaming over the internet or even via cell phone
  • Use the web to provide interactivity and dynamic content, attend a remote conference, or vlog your life.

Whether you’re looking for a new technique to include in your next project, a solution to a common problem, or just a little inspiration, this book reintroduces you to the digital video you only thought you knew.

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The Muvipix.com Guide to Adobe Premiere Elements 13: The tools, and how to use them, to make movies on your personal computer using the best-selling video editing software program.

Steve Grisetti, host of Adobe’s Premiere Elements forum, founding member of videomaker support site Muvipix.com, lynda.com instructor and author of the Muvipix.com Guide book series, takes you from the basics of video editing with Premiere Elements, like capturing your media and building a timeline, to advanced functions, like creating customized effects and building menus for your DVDs and BluRay discs. He’ll show you: • How to use the Motion Tracking tool, Adjustment Layers and the new Favorite Moments tool to edit and enhance your videos. • How to turn your raw footage into exciting movies using the new Video Story tool. • How to shift the playback speed of your movie with the Time Remapping tool. • How to interface with Adobe Revel. • How to take advantage of the innovative new file management systems in the redesigned Elements Organizer. • The magic of keyframing, Premiere Elements’ most versatile and powerful tool for creating motion paths and special effects. • How to output video for the Web, a disc or your mobile device.

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The Muvipix.com Guide to Adobe Premiere Elements 10: The tools, and how to use them, to make movies on your personal computer using the best-selling video editing software program.

From the basics of video editing with Premiere Elements, like capturing your media and building a timeline, to advanced functions, like creating customized effects and building menus for your DVDs and BluRay discs, The Muvipix.com Guide to Adobe Premiere Elements 7 will show you: • How to use the new tools in version 10, including support for the Mac OSX and Windows 7 64-bit operating systems. • How to use the Smart Trim, Smart Fix and Smart Mix features. • How to set up your projects to interface most effectively with video from any camcorder, including Flip pocket cams. • How to use the new Pan and Zoom and color correction tools. • The wealth of tools available in not-so-obvious places. • The magic of keyframing, Premiere Elements’ most versatile and powerful tool for creating motion paths and special effects. • How to output video for the Web, disc and for use in another project.

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The Muvipix.com Guide to Sony Movie Studio Platinum 13: The tools, and how to use them, to make movies on your personal computer with Sony’s amazing video editing program

Sony’s amazingly powerful video editor just seems to get better with each generation. We’ll show you all the tools in the latest version of this richly-featured program and how to use them, step-by-step. You’ll learn: • How to get video from your tape-based, hard drive or even flash-based camcorder into your video project. • How to build a timeline, and how to trim, split, arrange and composite the clips you add to it. • How to edit in both Simple and Advanced editing modes. • How to create amazing effects and animations. • How to work with, edit and output anaglyphic 3D video and titles. • How to use the new Proxy Editing features. • How to use the Chroma Keyer effect to make a person look like he or she is in any real or imaginary location. • How to upload your videos directly to YouTube and Facebook. • How to prepare your videos for output as a DVD and BluRay disc.

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The Muvipix.com Guide to Adobe Premiere Elements 15: The tools, and how to use the, to make movies on your personal computer using Adobe’s best-selling video editing software program

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The Muvipix.com Guide to Adobe Premiere Elements 14: The tools, and how to use them, to make movies on your personal computer using the best-selling video editing software program

From the basics of video editing with Premiere Elements, like capturing your media and building a timeline, to advanced functions, like creating customized effects and building menus for your DVDs and BluRay discs, the Muvipix Guide will show you: • How to use the Motion Tracking tool, Adjustment Layers and the Favorite Moments tool to edit and enhance your videos. • How to turn your raw footage into exciting movies using the new Video Story tool. • How to build exciting, new Motion Titles. • How to take advantage of the innovative new file management systems in the redesigned Elements Organizer. • The magic of keyframing, Premiere Elements’ most versatile and powerful tool for creating motion paths and special effects. • How to use the options in the new Export & Share workspace to create movies, burn discs and share your videos online.

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The Muvipix.com Guide to Sony Movie Studio Platinum 12: The tools, and how to use them, to make movies on your personal computer using Sony’s amazing video editing program

Sony’s amazingly powerful video editor just seems to get better with each generation. Yet, because it’s so loaded with so many powerful tools, it can also be rather intimidating. Steve Grisetti, founding member of videomaker support site Muvipix.com, shows you all the tools in the latest version of this richly-featured program and how to use them, step-by-step. You’ll learn: • How to get video from your tape-based, hard drive or even flash-based camcorder into your video project. • How to build a timeline, and how to trim, split, arrange and composite the clips you add to it. • How to apply and customize effects and transitions – and how to install even more video and audio effects into your program! • How to create amazing effects and animations. • How to work with, edit and output anaglyphic 3D video and titles. • How to use the Chroma Keyer effect to make a person look like he or she is in any real or imaginary location. • How to upload your video to YouTube, Pixelcast.com or to your Sony PSP™. • How to prepare your video for output as a DVD and BluRay disc.

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