Avid Xpress Pro Editing Workshop

«A must have on the shelf closest to the Xpress Pro edit system... filled with recommendations based upon unique insights and extensive experiences." <br />--Bob Turner, Video Systems Magazine»

Explains efficient and effective ways of using Xpress Pro to tell the story. This book helps readers develop a working knowledge of the application with lessons and tutorials that cover essential methods and techniques. Les mer
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Explains efficient and effective ways of using Xpress Pro to tell the story. This book helps readers develop a working knowledge of the application with lessons and tutorials that cover essential methods and techniques.

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Steve Hullfish produces and edits trailers, TV spots, promos and DVDs through his company, Verascope Pictures, which serves high-end clients: Universal Studios, NBC Television, DreamWorks, HIT Entertainment, Jim Henson Entertainment, VeggieTales and others. He has also co-edited two feature films for Sony/Tristar: Courageous and War Room. His 30 years of producing and editing TV shows and spots have garnered many national awards, including a national Emmy as part of the editing team of the Oprah Winfrey Show. He has co-written four other books including Color Correction for Digital Video, Avid XpressPro On the Spot, The Avid XpressPro Editing Workshop and - most recently - Avid Uncut: Workflows, Tips, and Techniques from Hollywood Pros. He is also in demand as a color correction and editing trainer for clients including NBC Sports, Major League Soccer, Turner Networks, The Versus Network, Southeast Television, Whole Foods, Avid, Tektronix, and the Children's Television Network.