Page 2:Ports On IEEE1394/FireWire Camcorders
Page 3:Installation, Continued
Page 4:Project Settings
Page 6:Video Filters
Page 7:Audio Filters
Page 8:XPlode Basics Premiere Plug-in
Page 9:Capturing Raw Footage
Page 10:Alternative TitleDeko
Page 11:Export Formats - MPEG 1/2, Cleaner, RealPlayer And Others, Continued
Page 13:Windows Media Player
Page 14:Authoring With DVDit!
The software package also offers an alternative program - Titledeko. However, it is by no means as easy to use as Inscriber TitleExpress.
Export Formats - MPEG 1/2, Cleaner, RealPlayer And Others
Finished projects generally have to be converted to a format that can be read by applications on other PC systems. Converting to and from other video formats remains a very time-consuming process! The only way to get around the entire conversion headache is to work with the capacity-gobbling DV format. The actual converting is performed by the CPU and generally lasts several times longer than the video itself, so it becomes an exercise in patience. For this reason, you should make sure that your system is based on a powerful processor, such as the Athlon (1 GHz or faster) or the Pentium 4. Time is money, after all.
- Ports On IEEE1394/FireWire Camcorders
- Installation, Continued
- Project Settings
- Video Filters
- Audio Filters
- XPlode Basics Premiere Plug-in
- Capturing Raw Footage
- Alternative TitleDeko
- Export Formats - MPEG 1/2, Cleaner, RealPlayer And Others, Continued
- Windows Media Player
- Authoring With DVDit!