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Title: Digital Video Editing Software


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Digital Video Editing Software by Mimi Lee
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Price Range
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The Freebies
  • Easy to use
  • Trim and merge video footage
  • Add soundtracks, titles and transitions
  • Incorporate photos
  • Special effects such as
  • iMovies Ken Burns effect or
  • Movie Makers MTV streaming
  • iMovie
  • Windows Movie Maker

4
Limitations with Freeware
  • Inaccurate and awkward editing features
  • Limited use of multiple sound tracks, volume
    controls
  • and fading at precise points
  • Canned features offer limited configurability
  • Project Assassin audio and visual tracks may
    unsync
  • as videos become more complex - a common bug.

5
Mid Range Products 99 - 500
  • Final Cut Xpress
  • Hollywood FX
  • Pinnacle Studio
  • Ulead VideoStudio
  • Screenblast Studio
  • Crisper editing
  • Analog to digital converter devices
  • More precise sound controls
  • Ability to control clip speed
  • Output to various viewing formats
  • (CD, DVD, VHS, Streaming video)

6
Near-Professional Software500 - 1,000
  • Final Cut Pro
  • Adobe Premiere
  • Pinnacle Edition
  • Ulead MediaStudio Pro
  • Sonys Vegas

7
High-end Highlights
  • Precise frame-by-frame editing
  • Customizable motion effects
  • Advanced color correction features
  • Surround sound stereo encoding
  • Video overlay
  • Blue screening
  • Advanced DVD authoring

8
Weigh the Options v Throw the Dice
  • Assess your current and future needs to find a
    good fit.
  • Research products to make sure they contain the
    features you want.
  • High-end software may not always be suitable
    for basic needs.
  • DVE makers are notorious for poor
    documentation, and even poorer service.
  • DVE is known to be very buggy at this point.
  • Consider
  • Is your input analog and/or digital?
  • What degree of editing precision do you need?
  • How important is sound quality and sound
    manipulation?

9
And finally Hardware
  • In addition to being memory hogs, DVE software
    require
  • fast CPUs
  • sophisticated sound and graphics cards
  • high resolution monitors
  • Extensive hard drive space
  • Capture devices
  • DVD burner to output your projects

10
Sources
  • Adobe Systems. www.adobe.com
  • Dazzle Systems. www.dazzle.com
  • PC Magazine. www.pcmag.com/dvdcreation
  • Peters, Marc. www.digital-director.com.
    http//www.marcpeters.co.uk
  • Pinnacle Systems. www.pinnaclesys.com
  • Ulead Systems. www.ulead.com
  • All images and sound files obtained from
    Microsoft Office
  • clip art gallery.
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