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Until now, to make a real movie with your digital camcorder and Windows XP, you basically had two choices. Stick with the underpowered Windows Movie Maker, or spend a fortune on a tool like Adobe Premiere. Now, $100 buys you the amazing Premiere Elements. Drop a few bucks more on Adobe Premiere Elements for Dummies, and you’re all set.
Premiere Elements brings together the digital video features non-professionals need most, and makes them easier to use. This book takes you the rest of the way, covering every step from choosing equipment through burning DVDs. It’s all explained in simple “no-experience-necessary” English: video capture; trims and edits; using the Timeline; fixing problem video; transitions, effects, titles, and sound; exporting to tape or Web; and much more. Get out your camcorder, you’re about to have a blast. Bill Camarda, from the January 2005 Read Only