Make Money with Your Camcorder and PC

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iUniverse, Mar 1, 2002 - Business & Economics - 687 pages
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How can you quickly make money at home and online with your digital 8 video camcorder, your personal computer, some software such as PhotoShop and Windows XP, and perhaps, your digital camera? You can develop training materials for businesses or students.

Prepare reports, a video news clipping service, package information or products. For every service or product sold, somebody can benefit by writing how-to or learning/training materials. Here are more than 25 different stay-at-home businesses that you can operate online with your digital 8 camcorder and your personal computer as a low-capital start-up business.

The creative home-based person’s guide to making money online with a digital 8 video camcorder, digital camera, a Personal Computer, and Video-Editing Software. Make money with your digital video camcorder and Your PC. Create training materials, business reports, services, or entertainment in a home-based business online with your personal computer.

Calling all creative people to write and/or produce digital 8 camcorder videos or still picture scrapbooks and databases with sound, video, text, and graphics in their PCs. The movie-making process in Windows XP starts as you first capture home or instructional videos with your camera. People remember seven items in short-term memory. So anything you create would be better off it it came in a package or database, advertisement, or training segment based on remembering seven items. Submit what you’ve developed on a Tuesday, the most productive day of the week, and present only seven items to remember in a segment.

 

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Contents

Chapter 4
37
Chapter 5
45
Chapter 7
61
Chapter 8
68
Chapter 9
77
Chapter 10
83
Chapter 11
99
Chapter 12
107
How to Enter the Field
328
Chapter 35
340
Chapter 36
346
Chapter 37
352
Chapter 38
365
Chapter 39
379
Chapter 41
390
Chapter 42
399

Chapter 13
116
Chapter 14
122
Chapter 15
131
Chapter 16
143
Chapter 17
153
Chapter 18
161
Chapter 19
171
Chapter 21
183
Chapter 22
200
Chapter 25
218
Chapter 28
268
Chapter 30
284
Chapter 31
295
Chapter 32
307
Chapter 43
407
Chapter 45
420
Chapter 46
425
Chapter 47
433
Chapter 48
470
Chapter 49
512
About the Author
517
Appendices
519
B
528
E
566
F
573
G
588
H
596
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