Appendix B. DSLR Workflow Guide

No doubt you’ve heard about the DSLR revolution. In the past few years DSLR cameras that were originally designed for high-end photography (and can still be used that way) have added HD video capability. DSLR cameras are now being widely used because of their large image sensors that are capable of filmic depth of field and low noise. Video creators and filmmakers also love their ability to use interchangeable high-quality photo and cinema-style lenses.


DSLR cameras unfortunately record with highly compressed and sometimes non-edit-friendly edit codecs like H.264, AVCHD, and Photo JPEG. With Adobe Premiere Pro, ...

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