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"This is an essential book to both production and post professionals. Multicamera production is becoming increasingly relevant to many different genres and I can think of no better expert than Mitch Jacobson. He is both knowledgeable and very generous... making this an essential read."--Richard Harrington - RHED Pixel
"The book is a treasure chest of all things multicam.. At 449 pages there's tons of good information in the book from cover to cover.. If you want to learn about multicam editing then this is the book for you. As an editor who's cut a lot of multicam over his career I'm still learning as I make my way through the book."--PVC
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I tore thru this book in 3 days and i'm going over it again.
I set up a multi cam project on Premiere Pro CC and imported all of the Paul McCartney footage from the DVD with... Read more
I don't expect to be doing a 26-camera set up to record a concert, but it's fun to read about. Book covers the basics and leads the reader nicely into more advanced topics. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Boomzilla
After attending the MulticamP.tv workshop in Washington, DC area, which Mitch Jacobson teaches, I was highly impressed with both his skills and experience. Read morePublished on October 10, 2012 by WilliamBozarth
Mitch Jacobson hit one out of the park with his amazing rsource of a book Mastering MultiCamera Techniques: From Preproduction to Editing and Deliveries. Read morePublished on February 22, 2012 by E. Borgman
Mastering Multicamera Techniques by Mitch Jacobson is a superb book. There's a great deal of information in this book. Read morePublished on August 23, 2011 by ASP
This book was definitely an interesting read. I expected a lot of stuff on editing, and there are some chapters on how to synch up the camera etc, but there is a lot of other... Read morePublished on May 21, 2011 by GameMaker
Jacobson's text is a "must have" for anyone in the industry.
-It caters to visual learners (perfect for those in this discipline) through large, color... Read more
I've been doing two- and three-camera shoots for local bands and for DIY instructional videos for a couple of years and I thought I had it pretty much dialed in, but this book has... Read morePublished on March 9, 2011 by Claire Jordan
This book is a great resource - everything you might ever want or need to know about every part of the process - from pre, to production, to post - is all there, totally up to... Read morePublished on March 7, 2011 by elm_nyc