50 Fast Digital Video Techniques

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Wiley, Oct 3, 2003 - Computers - 384 pages
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* 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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Bonnie Blake is an award-winning designer and multimedia specialist. She teaches design and new media at a college in New Jersey. She is also the author of several books on multimedia and video production, including The Adobe Premiere Virtual Classroom.
Doug Sahlin is a graphic and Web site designer who has written ten books, including Fireworks 4 For DummiesŪ and Flash ActionScript For DummiesŪ.

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