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Part 1 High Definition: A Quick Overview
Chapter 1: Why Shoot on HD?
1.1 What Do We Mean by High Definition (HD)?
1.1.1 The Knowledge Base
1.1.2 What Does It Mean to the Producer – Saving Money!
1.1.3 What Does It Mean to the Director?
1.1.4 What Does It Mean for the Director of Photography?
1.1.5 What Does It Mean to the Other Crafts?
1.1.6 Editing and Post-Production
Part 2 Production Decisions
Chapter 2: Which Formats to Shoot On?
2.1 Progressive or Interlace?
2.2 How Many Pixels Do You Need?
2.3 Recording Formats
2.4 HDV – Can You Get Away With It?
Chapter 3: Picture Quality
3.1 What Does HD Look Like?
3.2 HD Images Compared with 35 mm ...
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