Overview of Video Editting

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Video Production. A great web site that explains what products you need to author. I tend to agree with him that VideoFactory is probably the easiest product to edit. I have tried the Ken Burns effects (it’s not that discoverable ;-), but will try them. Has nice “tips and tricks”;http://users.rcn.com/rofrano/Video/Vegas_Tips/vegas_tips.html for Vegas that apply pretty much to VideoFactory as well.
And eureka, he tells you about chapter points for a DVD (these automatically create points in most DVD authoring programs so that you can do chapter select:
How can I print out chapter points for use in my DVD authoring program?
To get a “printout” of where-ever you want chapter points, do the following:
How can I print out chapter points for use in my DVD authoring program?
To get a “printout” of where-ever you want chapter points, do the following:
# Set a Marker wherever you want a chapter point
# Press “Alt-4” to show the edit details box
# In the “show” dropdown box – pick “Markers”
Highlight all the rows
# press CTRL-C
# open Notepad
# press CTRL-V
# print

“DVD Authoring Recommendations”:http://www.sonicfoundry.com/forums/ShowMessage.asp?MessageID=178662&Page=0. He also some good recommendations for DVD authoring and other tools. He likes the Ulead DVD MovieFactory for authoring simple DVDs. Having used the MyDVD that’s bundled with Nova’s Video Explosion (an OEM version of VideoFactory), I tend to agree! Also says to try DVD Complete. There are trial versions of both, so I’ll give them a try. DVD Complete let’s you have really neat DVD opening sequences, but is more work.

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