- Series: Avid Learning
- Paperback: 480 pages
- Publisher: Cengage Learning PTR; 1 edition (February 10, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1133727980
- ISBN-13: 978-1133727989
- Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 6 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #446,138 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Media Composer 6: Part 1 - Editing Essentials (Avid Learning) 1st Edition
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Introduction. 1. Introduction to Media Composer 6. 2. Editing a Rough Cut. 3. Ingesting File-Based Media. 4. Subclip and Storyboard Editing. 5. Refining the Edit. 6. Refining the Audio. 7. Mixing Audio. 8. Customizing Media Composer 6. 9. Multi Camera Editing. 10. Creating Quick Transitions and Basic Titles. 11. Preparing for Output. 12. Exporting a Program File. Glossary. Index. Appendix A: Technical Fundamentals. Appendix B: Capturing from Tape. Appendix C: Outputting to Tape.
About the Author
Mary Plummer has been editing film and video professionally for more than 20 years, including online, offline, linear, and non-linear editing systems. Her freelance experience includes music videos, documentaries, promos, trailers, pilots, show intros, commercials, and independent feature films. The first feature film she edited was finished on the original Avid Media Composer in the early 1990s. Since then, her knowledge and experience have evolved in tandem with the professional non-linear editing tools. In addition to her editing career, she is also an Avid Certified Trainer and best-selling author of numerous film and television post-production software training books, including TITLE DESIGN ESSENTIALS FOR FILM AND VIDEO.
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Top customer reviews
If your using this book for a class get it, but Good luck, The old version and the new version of this book have important differences but you cant tell what they are because the ISBN number are the same!!
Also there is a missing appendix f. HA!
Not happy about the book!
If you are a beginner editor then you might not even see the errors.
OH and the Media that comes with the book is missing, ones that the book refers to, and the quality is poor.
A con is the typos. There are TONS of typos, hence the title of this review. They are not on every page but come on people. It is definitely not a deal breaker though.
I would 100% recommend this book. I will be probably read through it again before I move on to part 2 when it comes out in march. Another plus of this book is the way it introduces you to the shortcut keys. It does not throw all of them at you at once but instead offers them as you need them. Practice with them a couple of times and you will remember. Also, the flow of the book is excellent. I have really enjoyed working the projects and learning the software. Ms. Mary Plummer, the author, is extremely informative, organized, and even entertaining. My tip to you if you are just starting, spend extra time on the initial chapters to truly familiarize yourself with the interface. Another plus? The frikin price! 35 bucks? You betcha. Hope this helps. Make sure and step out of that editing bay every now and then and get some sunshine. I'll see ya in Hollywood.