50 Fast Digital Video Techniques
∗ Step–by–step recipes for 50 digital video editing tricks show readers how to create professional videos with stunning special effects; readers can begin shooting and editing high quality video after reading only the first few pages ∗ Covers both Apple iMovie and Microsoft Movie Maker, the most popular consumer digital video editing applications; shows how to do the same techniques using both formats ∗ Demystifies the process of delivering video to the reader′s audience in the most popular formats available today: VHS, DVD, Video–CD, and the Web ∗ Addresses the essentials of planning and shooting digital video in real life situations to produce professional results ∗ Interactive CD–ROM includes ready–made HTML templates to quickly get movies up on the Web, before–and–after source video files for the technique steps in the book, and video training software
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50 Fast accompanies this book adjust Apply button APPLY THE EFFECTS audio track beginning button to preview CD-ROM that accompanies Choose File click Import Click the Apply Click the Play Click the Tasks color dialog box Drag the clips duration Effects pane Export Fade film noir FireWire footage GraphicConverter hard drive Home key home movies iMovie and Windows Import Into Collections Launch Windows Movie Maker and choose Movie Maker creates Movie Track navigate NTSC Play Storyboard button play the movie Play Timeline button Playhead Press the Home Preview pane preview the clips project and save QuickTime right-click save the project scene second clip Shelf shortcut menu shown in Figure silent movie slapstick slider Soft Focus sound effects spacebar to play STEP storyboard mode Tasks button technique thumbnail preview timecode Timeline Viewer triathlon trimmed video clips Video Effects icon video transitions Windows Movie Maker Ybor City zoom