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DV 101: A Hands-On Guide for Business, Government & Educators by Jan Ozer

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Chapter 4. Digital Production Workflows

OK, we’ve shot our video, captured great audio, and now we’re ready to transfer the video to our computer and start editing. Before getting started, let’s take a high-level look at the process and define some key terms and concepts. That way, you’ll be ready when the talk starts getting technical.

DV Production Workflow—Definitions

Take a look at the illustration below; it illustrates digital video production workflow from camera to output. Some of the terms may be new, so I’ll start by defining the key terms.

  • Capturing—This is the process of transferring video from camera to computer. If you’re working with a DV camcorder, this is much like transferring a file from one computer to another: quick, easy, and ...

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