A comprehensive collection of information for the beginner relating to videotape editing and post production. The first chapter covers historical data on the development of the videotape editing process in the 1950's and 60's. Comparisons of tape and film editing techniques are discussed. Another chapter is devoted to how motion picture film is transferred to tape. The book also offers advice on how to prepare for editing and what is needed, along with a detailed chapter on time code. Other subjects include off-line and on-line editing, edit list management, new technology and a comprehensive glossary of technical terms. Advice is given on careers in editing and dealing with the client. Arthur Schneider is a life member of A.C.E. (American Cinema Editors) with nearly 40 years of film and video editing experience. His resume included more than 700 screen credits, seven Emmy Award nominations and four Emmy Awards for editing. Fourteen illustrated chapters with a foreword by Bob Hope. Also published in a Chinese edition.Because VCRs use videotape enclosed in a cassette, they are treated somewhat differently. ... In some cases, a small adjustment by the technician is all that is required to correct apparent tape problems. ... The remedy for tape stuck in the transport mechanism or in these other places is to reduce the tension on both reels, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Electronic Post-production and Videotape Editing|
|Publisher||:||Butterworth-Heinemann - 1989|