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The Filmmaker's Guide to Final Cut Pro Workflow (Anglais) Broché – 30 octobre 2007


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"Dale Angell's Filmmaker's Guide to Final Cut Pro Workflow is the postproduction supervisor's equivalent to The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
It provides a babelfish to translate Geek speak into plain English. His wealth of experience in editing and sound makes the book an invaluable aid to navigating the plethora of HD codecs and finishing workflows now available to editors. Don't leave home without it."
--Lois Freeman-Fox, A.C.E.

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The Filmmaker's Guide to Final Cut Pro Workflow is the comprehensive roadmap to affordable postproduction workflow using Final Cut Pro, Cinema Tools, and Pro Tools. Illuminating workflow and the interrelationship of these software applications, it also focuses on cost saving and efficiency, aiding low-budget, independent moviemakers as well as students trying to take their skills to the professional level.

Author Dale Angell offers a practical guide to complete film postproduction workflow, describing low-cost workflow that can be used for 35mm film, High Definition digital video, or DV/Red Camera.

The Filmmaker's Guide to Final Cut Pro Workflow will help the independent filmmaker working on a tight budget:
. Understand capturing picture when shooting on film or digital video
. Finishing the project on either film or video
. Audio edit workflows for both film and video
. Comprehend NTSC and PAL video as well as modern digital video formats
. Understand timecode and the file architecture in Final Cut Pro, Cinema Tools, and Pro Tools

* A practical guide to a complete film postproduction workflow that integrates FCP, Cinema Tools and Pro Tools
* Describes a low-cost workflow that can be used for 35mm film, High Definition digital, or DV/Red Camera
* Appendices detail all current video formats and timecode formats with descriptions and uses, and example workflows from low budget films

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I bought this in 2008 when I was working on a feature film shot on Super 16mm and edited on Final Cut Pro 6. At the time, there was no other book like this for feature/short post production work on FCP. Although this had exactly the kind of information I needed, it wasn't written very clearly. I was expecting more of a guidebook outline, but it was laid out with chunks of prose scattered between old B&W pictures. I don't know if that was the fault of the author or the publisher, but it made for a painfully slow read.

After I attempted to follow the process of one of the workflow options, I soon got into trouble. I took my project file to a professional post house in Hollywood and showed the editors there what I did and they told me that the workflow I used from this book was dated and that nobody does that anymore. This was in 2008.

I wish there was something better out there. This book had potential, but not only should it be updated, it needs to be completely reformatted and. . .just look prettier.

It's 2011 now. Wait for the next edition.
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