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.
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If Final Cut Pro 4 can do it, you can do it too...
If you’re serious about video editing, this book and Final Cut Pro 4 are the tools you need. The QuickStart tutorial lets you get your feet wet right away. If you already have some experience, dive right into organizing media, editing, color correcting, rendering, creating final output, and more. You’ll learn all about video editing fundamentals, and you’ll discover how Final Cut Pro 4 turns your Mac with OS X into a professional studio.
Inside, you’ll find complete coverage of Final Cut Pro 4
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Zed Saeed is the Senior Post Production Consultant at Digital Film Tree in Los Angeles; he specializes in editing, compositing, and workflow issues. Zed served as a senior post-production consultant for Apple Computer and Oxygen Media on Final Cut Pro and digital-video workflow design and with Media 100 and Adobe Systems on video-related products. He has also worked as an editor, producer, compositing artist, and broadcast designer for Showtime Channels, Sundance Channel, and ESPN Classics. Zed has written articles on digital media technologies for magazines and has served on the faculty of NYU Graduate School, Parsons School of Design, and New School University. Zed has written, produced, and edited videos that have received awards and recognition by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and the American Film Institute.
J.J. Marshall lives in New York City, where he makes his living as a digital video editor, designer, teacher, and consultant. Most recently, he wrote the After Effects 5 Bible (published by Wiley) right after assisting with the development of a nationwide broadband news-on-demand network called The FeedRoom. Prior to that, J.J. helped introduce Oxygen Media to the joys of Final Cut Pro and After Effects while editing a weekly two-hour show. In addition to teaching Motion Graphics at the School of Visual Arts, his recent freelance efforts have included projects for the New York New Media Association (NYNMA), Avon, and the Center for Neurobiology and Behavior at Columbia University, as well as numerous documentary productions.
Jeffrey Chong is a freelance film and television editor who has worked in commercial production for the past 20 years. His passion for Macintosh computers and the do-it-yourself attitude of an auteur made him, almost by definition, a prime candidate for working with Apple’s Final Cut Pro since its first release. He currently lives, works, and teaches in New York City.
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