From The Digital Filmmaking Handbook, 5th edition, Chapter 3 Video footage is almost always acquired by a camera (unless it is computer-generated), and every video camera records to a specific, usually proprietary, format. Because video cameras are constantly being updated and developed, acquisition formats change frequently. Also, some higher-end cameras can record more than oneRead more about HD Acquisition Formats[…]
Coming later this summer: The Digital Filmmaking Handbook 6th edition Teaching Supplement – a companion booklet featuring exercises and teaching instructions for each chapter, in time for the fall semester. And coming this fall, The Digital Filmmaking Handbook, 6th edition in Spanish, aka Manual de Cine Digital, edition 6.
The color plate section of the book can now be found here. Read more about Color Plates[…]
Chapter 2, Writing and Scheduling Chapter 3, Digital Video Primer Chapter 7, Using the Camera Chapter 13, Preparing to Edit Chapter 14, Editing Chapter 15, Sound Editing Chapter 16, Color Correction Chapter 17, Titles and Effects Chapter 18, Finishing