The world is wonderfully awash in digital data, and you are one of the people creating it. You take your ideas and concepts to the world in the form of images and sound. You get people to pay attention to your work, whether it is for a commercial client, the sake of art, or simply your desire to have some fun. In the past you might have created your works with a film still camera, a Bolex movie camera, or a reel-to-reel audio tape recorder. Now you use digital cameras that output both stills and video, computers for audio creation, and electronic drawing tablets. No matter what you use, all of your work results in a digital data file.

So how do you manage all that data?

This book will help you organize and process your creative data ...

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