The Complete Digital Video Guide
Whether it's vacations, significant family events, school concerts, graduations, or simply fun times at home, everyone wants to preserve such moments with loved ones through entertaining, crisp, high-quality digital video movies. But how can these important home movies avoid the usual pitfalls of repetition, jumpiness, and lighting and sound inconsistency that home filmmakers encounter? Award-winning photographer Bob Brandon shows you how, using only a digital video camera and the amazing power of the latest program available on every PC operated by Microsoft XP: Windows Movie Maker Unlike so many other manuals filled with jargon and difficult instructions, The Complete Digital Video Guide takes an almost entirely visual, easy-to-follow, step-by-step approach to creating high-quality digital home movies. Through over 600 photographs and diagrams, state-of-the-art information, and his informal tone, Brandon covers every stage in the digital process. Learn the basics--how to plan your approach, set up the shoot, get the sound and lighting right, and more. Then using the incredible (and easy-to-use) editing capacity of Windows Movie Maker turn your home movies into dynamic, studio-quality productions that you and your family will enjoy forever.
by : Bob Brandon