Books, technical

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MichaelS
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Are there any really good up to date reference books out there on DV for PC's please? - such as one can get a solid technical grounding of specifically video, as opposed to photographic techniques.

DAVE M
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http://www.focalpress.com
might be worth a look

Mark Jones
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you might want to look at 'Premiere to Go' by Dennis Chominsky, published by Prentice Hall ISBN 0-13-027739-8. Think I got mine on Amazon, yep here we are http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0130277398/qid=1034343984/sr=1-2/ref=sr_1_0_2/202-4901696-5404629

and at £22! I know writers' styles are a subjective issue but this one's upbeat without being too US 'schlock'. Worth a look.

MichaelS
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Thank you all. There is obviously a paucity in this field. I do have an interesting small book, but it is short on tech:
Smith, S: firewire filmmaking. Peachpit
That's just in case anybody else reads this topic with a similar problem
Michael

johnpr98
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Joined: Aug 20 1999

Hi

Also peruse http://www.video2stream.com/

There's a very good 22mb QT download tutorial on 2 camera edits (See Sample) + loads of other info, including an imminent Premiere 6.5 book.

Mike Velte often posts here & is a co-host of the Creative Cow Adobe Premiere forum.

There's also another helpful site for Ulead MS Pro 6* info at http://www.activeservice.co.uk/ which is complied by the equally helpful Richard Jones who also posts here.

Regards

John
http://www.johnpr98.com

[This message has been edited by johnpr98 (edited 19 October 2002).]

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