three-step process Creating movies

Creating movies with Studio is a three-step process:
1. Import: Import source video material – your “raw footage” – to your PC hard drive. Possible sources include analog videotape (8mm, VHS etc.), digital videotape (HDV, DV, Digital8), memory cards and other file-based media, and live video from a video camera, camcorder or webcam.
Import mode is covered in Chapter 2: Capturing and importing media.

2. Edit: Arrange your video material as desired by reordering scenes and discarding unwanted footage.
Add visuals, such as transitions, titles and graphics, and supplementary audio, such as sound effects and background music. For DVD, Blu-ray Disc and VCD authoring, create interactive menus that give your audience a customized viewing experience.
Edit mode is the arena for most of your work in Studio.

3. Make movie: When your project is complete, generate a finished movie in your choice of format and storage medium: tape, VCD, S-VCD, DVD, AVI, MPEG, RealVideo, Windows Media and more.
Making your movie.

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