Publisher: For Dummies
Publication: 2004, English
Once, only professionals with expensive tools could create digital videos. Now, with Adobe Premiere Elements and this book, you can create movies without a huge budget or a film school degree. This friendly guide shows you all the digital filmmaking steps from shooting video to getting it into your computer, editing your clips, adding music, and putting it all on a DVD to share with the world.
Discover How To:
[*]Shoot video like a pro director
[*]Get clips from your camera to your PC
[*]Edit out the bad stuff and keep the good
[*]Add in special effects, music, and credits
[*]Put your movie on DVD or the Web
About the Author
Keith Underdahl is a digital-media specialist residing in Albany, Oregon. Professionally, Keith is an electronic publishing specialist for AGES Software, where he serves as program manager, interface designer, multimedia producer, graphic artist, programmer, customer support manager, and resident Portable Document Format (PDF) guru. At the end of the day, he even sweeps up the place. Mr. Underdahl has written numerous books, including Teach Yourself Microsoft Word 2000, Microsoft Windows Movie Maker For Dummies, Macworld Final Cut Pro 2 Bible (co-author), Digital Video For Dummies, 3rd Edition, and Adobe Premiere Pro For Dummies.