CNET Do-It-Yourself Home Video Projects

CNET Do-It-Yourself Home Video Projects

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Inside CNET Do-It-Yourself Home Video Projects you'll find 24 self-contained projects, step-by-step instructions, a list of tools needed at the beginning of each project, and hundreds of clear photos and screenshots. Part I: Filming 1: Make a Video Birth Announcement and Record Your Kids Growing Up 2: Create a Family Newscast 3: Create a Video Valentine 4: Create a Vacation Movie Your Guests Will Really Enjoy 5: Record a Party 6: Make a Music Video 7: Shoot Your Own Script 8: Create a Video Family Album Part II: Editing 9: Create a Dramatic Slideshow 10: Add Terrific Titles and Creative Credits 11: Giants Attack: Create a Monster Movie 12: Create a Dream Sequence 13: Shooting Sports Events 14: Create an Interactive DVD Game 15: Create a Time-Lapse Video 16: Create Fantastic Audio for Your Movie 17: Create a Stop-Motion Movie 18: Create a Video Holiday Letter 19: Create Hollywood-Style DVD Menus Part III: Multimedia 20: Connect Your TV and PC to Make a Digital Movie Theater 21: Save Your Favorite TV Shows 22: Share Your Videos 23: Create a Video Podcast 24: Create an Archive That Will Last for YearsApple iMovie HD, Adobe Premiere Elements, and Ulead VideoStudio. iMovie is part ... If you feel up to the challenge and you dona#39;t mind reading a manual, ita#39;s the one to get. If, on the other ... Dona#39;t worry if the cuts seem too harsh; youa#39;ll soften them later with transitions. 5. 6. 7. When youa#39;ve broken the scenes down as much .

Title:CNET Do-It-Yourself Home Video Projects
Author:Troy Dreier
Publisher:McGraw Hill Professional - 2007-09-10


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