POST: The Theory and Technique of Digital Nonlinear Motion Picture Editing is an in-depth yet easy-to-grasp examination of the theories and techniques of digital post-production. This text provides information in a clear, concise manner for both the novice and those who already have experience editing in more traditional motion picture formats. Besides covering the editing process, the text explores topics such as the role of the editor on a post-production crew, the history of motion picture editing and digital nonlinear systems, and legal and ethical issues related to editing. It includes unique chapters on choosing the right system as well as interviews with professionals in the field. Its helpful appendices offer lists of relevant Web sites and listservs and examples of post-production forms discussed in the text.Levin, C. Melinda is the author of 'Post The Theory and Technique of Digital Nonlinear Motion Picture Editing', published 2002 under ISBN 9780205335251 and ISBN 020533525X.