How to Use Ulead DVD Workshop

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How to Use Ulead DVD Workshop teaches readers to make and edit videos that play on VCDs, SVCDs and DVDs, and understand which formats play on which playback devices. Readers quickly become comfortable with tweaking different compression formats so that they play optimally and learn the limitations of file types, including which disks can play on which platforms. They learn to capture MPEG2 (DVD-ready) video and present it on a CD or DVD with dynamic still and motion menus. And they are able to personalize the ...

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Overview

How to Use Ulead DVD Workshop teaches readers to make and edit videos that play on VCDs, SVCDs and DVDs, and understand which formats play on which playback devices. Readers quickly become comfortable with tweaking different compression formats so that they play optimally and learn the limitations of file types, including which disks can play on which platforms. They learn to capture MPEG2 (DVD-ready) video and present it on a CD or DVD with dynamic still and motion menus. And they are able to personalize the entire production for family, home, or business purposes. The accompanying DVD features Ulead DVD MovieFactory, a simple home DVD authoring solution, and DVD Workshop Pro (March 2003), the next step in professional authoring for large production houses and studios.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789728357
  • Publisher: Que
  • Publication date: 11/18/2002
  • Series: How To Use Series
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 8.10 (w) x 9.80 (h) x 0.80 (d)

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Tom Bunzel was one of the pioneers in digital media on the PC, creating multimedia presentations and animated video even before Windows 95. Bunzel's video clients include Beverly Hills Bar Association, Drug Free America Campaign, and AMC Trade Shows. Currently, Bunzel is an instructor for Learning Tree International, teaching courses on Integrating Microsoft Office and Creating Interactive Web Sites. Bunzel's recent DVD projects include a DVD for promotional multimedia training and customer service presentations and a promotional DVD and VCD title to promote a computer training concept called The Computer Chef.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 1
1 How to Get Started with DVD Workshop 8
2 How to Edit Your Video in DVD Workshop 30
3 How to Create a Polished Interface in DVD Workshop 70
4 How to Finish Your Project in DVD Workshop 112
5 How to Capture Video with DVD MovieFactory 132
6 How to Edit and Export Video in MoveFactory's Video ToolBox 148
7 How to Create Your Menus in DVD MovieFactory 166
8 How to Finish Your Project in DVD MovieFactory 190
9 How to Effectively Plan a Digital Disc Project 210
10 How to Enhance Your Digital Disc Project 222
11 How to Create a Simple "Talking Head" Video 248
12 How to Create an Interactive DVD Presentation 270
13 How to Create an Edutainment DVD 296
14 How to Work Smarter Not Harder 322
15 How to Succeed in a DVD World 346
Glossary 358
Index 362
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