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Vegas 5 Editing Workshopby Douglas Spotted Eagle
Synopses & Reviews
Nonlinear (NLE), or digital, editing software permits the manipulation of digitized video. Editors can cut, splice, create transitions, and do much more than was ever possible with conventional film editing techniques. In Vegas Editing Workshop 5, novice to intermediate Vegas users, including professional and hobbyist filmmakers, learn how to master the craft of editing with the latest version of Vegas, an NLE software application for the PC platform. This editing workshop, complete with a DVD Architect tool set, delivers firsthand guidance on the art and technique of editing using tutorial lessons that cover every essential operation. Experienced editors and novices alike benefit from real-world examples of how to work more efficiently. The book also covers the application's exceptional audio features.
Master the Vegas 5 software by learning inside tips and techniques from an award-winning professional.
Book News Annotation:
In this book/DVD tutorial, Spotted Eagle, a videographer, teaches novices the basic principles of Vegas 5, a software package for video editing, audio production, mixing, and surround sound production on the PC platform, and provides more experienced users with real world examples for working more efficiently. B&w screen shots and examples appear on every page, and a section of color examples is included. The accompanying DVD contains video and VEG files and test media.
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This editing workshop delivers firsthand guidance through the art and technique of editing, using tutorial lessons that cover every essential operation. Experienced editors and novices alike benefit from real-world examples.
About the Author
Douglas Spotted Eagle has established himself as a virtuoso performer, preeminent music producer, and noted videographer. The recipient of the first-ever award for Native American music in 2001, he also has received Emmy, Peabody, Dupont, and Telly awards. Currently under contract with Virgin/Higher Octave, he has recorded 14 solo albums and collaborated on more than 300 CD, film, and television projects. Recognized as a world leader in the Vegas product knowledgebase, he has authored numerous articles for this application and sister applications. He also hosts two web sites for users of Vegas and related products.
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