As digital video becomes increasingly popular? particularly with the much-heralded release of Final Cut Express? more and more people will be looking for a comprehensive guide to Final Cut Express and Final Cut Pro. Final Cut Pro democratised the film industry, allowing video producers with $US999 software and a Mac to obtain results on par with major studios. Now the release of Final Cut Express, priced at just $US299, brings high-level video editing capabilities to the average consumer. The previous edition of the Final Cut Pro Bible has a well-deserved reputation for being exceptionally thorough. Readers will be looking for this kind of authoritative coverage of the new Final Cut Express and the updated version of Final Cut Pro? both completely reengineered for Mac OS X.Luma clamping was really a big deal in the early days of DV because the early DV codec that Apple gave out with its QuickTime modules had the problem, and this ... Since the release of Final Cut Pro 2.0 in 2001, the DV codec is free and clear of the dreaded luma clamping issue. ... are allowed to render in YUV space instead of Reference \ the (]efau|t RGB space | sr, ow you how to do this in Chapter 24.
|Title||:||Final Cut Pro4 Bible|
|Author||:||Zed Saeed, J. J. Marshall, Jeffrey Chong|
|Publisher||:||Visual - 2004-02-06|