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- Dec 21st, 2009
Learn the real truth behind the inner workings of HD Video. Along the way, you'll discover which format of HD Video is right for your production workflow ...
If you've just come to HD Video editing, there's a whole world of new questions and concerns that are entering your mind. What resolution should I shoot at? What HD format is the best for video editing? How can I conserve file size while keeping the highest quality video on my hard drives?
These are important questions for any HD Video editor, so in this 60 minute tutorial by veteran educator Larry Jordan, you'll learn how to pick your way through the HD mine field.
The tutorial starts with an overview of HD video and a detailed explanation of how Hard disk transfer speeds can effect your video production workflow. You'll next explore common HD video formats to discover which format is right for you.
The tutorial moves on to show how video compression works with HD video before getting into the really technical details including a comprehensive exploration of 8- and 16-bit video and the real meaning of "color space" (essential knowledge for anyone who intends to color correct video).
The tutorial ends with a comprehensive exploration of Image Size, Color Space, and other important HD stuff.
- A/V Fundamentals 101: Fundamentals of Video Theory
- A/V Fundamentals 301: Digital Production BuZZ
- A/V Fundamentals 302: Picking the Right HD Video Format
For a full list of the topics covered, see the Tutorial Outline
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outdated video! looks like a recording from 10 years ago, tape recorders and CR tv screens. This is a bad stuff really.
Very informative but looking for something even more fundamental! Understanding the vocabulary is have the battle. Listened to many segments several times over to grasp concept and spent time doing additional research. I'll revisit the course.
This is a great explanation of some of the confusing terms and ideas that entry-level (and some other) HD video users struggle with. Bit depth, color space, hard drive specs, etc.
This information is very helpful. Before you consider starting even your first project you should watch this lesson.
Absolute "must watch" course before diving into shooting, editing, and output. Larry Jordan does a fabulous job breaking down a complicated subject so that it is simple and interesting to understand.
This is incredibly insightful. The list of formats, color space, bit depth, etc is seemingly endless and learning the difference between all of the formats is a daunting task. This course really helped shed some light on how to choose the best format for a project and rather than saying, "you're in news so you should shoot X and edit Y," Larry lets you make the call by informing you of the differences. I'm the guy who always has to know "why." I learned a lot more than I thought I would. Larry is so well spoken. Great tutorial (aside from the really really cheesy graphics and music).
Excellent Tutorials. Quick and concise, no extraneous jabber. I like that a lot
This answered a lot of questions for me about compression, formats etc which can all be very confusing for the beginner. Very well and clearly presented. Larry is a good teacher and well spoken. The only thing he didn't cover in depth was pros and cons of the various frame rates.
This video is awesome. By looking at the title I thought I did not need the information in the video. I was totally wrong. I learned a lot from this video plus Larry Jordan has very good communication skills. He kept the video interesting. Do yourself a favor and watch this video. It was so good that I stayed up watching the entire thing.
One of the best and interesting tutorials i've purchased here. Larry Jordan is a "Master" in explaining how things works without annoying. Hope to see other tutorial with this kind of rhytm :) byebye