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Taught by award-winning producer/director/editor Larry Jordan, Digital Video Principles translates digital video terminology and breaks down the misconception that only professionals can edit digital video. Definitions are provided for many terms, such as progressive, interlaced, frame rate, data rate, fps, aspect ratio, sample rate, resolution, waveform, and many more. PC and Macintosh users alike, even those with no prior knowledge of editing software, will acquire a firm grasp of DV editing though this tutorial.
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