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Part IV: Applying the Principles
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This chapter bridges more advanced student work and some challenges of the professional world. The reformatting, including re-editing, and conversion of original content is the province of specialists. By 2009, it appeared to be a growing sector in television production. It is not necessary for everyone to understand the fine detail, but professional production teams should allow for multimedia outputs as they plan their content. 360-degree television (3DTV) gives an image perceived in three dimensions. Early 3D rigs were two HD cameras bolted together; this was problematic because differences within the stereoscopic image are more obvious than small differences between consecutive 2D images. 3DTV can produce headaches and nausea in the viewer. Its techniques work best when used subtly.

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A practical approach to working in multi-camera studios


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