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Looking back at the topics here trough the past year I haven’t seen a topic like this…
Currently my Video Subject Bookcase only contains periodicals and software/equipment user manuals. For those of us beginning to get into this area, be it hobby or profession, a question…
After all that you know/learned, to date, what one book on this subject would you make sure you took with you if you had to evacuate your residence for a indefinite period of time?
I never really used any books but I do have one from 2001 called “Video Basics 3″by good old HerbyZettl.
It’s basically 414 pages of ALL the basics. Even Basics of old school analogvideo/audio editing sowe can act likewe havea brain during an interview for a job.
It came with a class when I was studying Broadcast, but it’s available online.
There is a new version called “Video Basics 5” that comes with a DVD….very cool.
Here is a link to a synopsis on the book and lists each chapter: