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kain 7:01am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2010 
definately worth buying I was lucky enough to get this software with a winfast xp2000 deluxe card I bought 2nd hand for £30! Good for text but rubbish for video I installed this software excitedly onto my PC and found that the introduction to my film could be made quite easi...

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Click to automatically split video clips into smaller clips based on their shooting date and time.
You can also click Name or Date.
to sort clips in the Media Clip List according to their
To capture video and images: 1. Connect your camcorder to your computer and turn on the device. Set it to Play (or VTR / VCR) mode. 2. Check if your camcorder is selected in the Source list. 3. Click the Capture tab in the VideoStudio Movie Wizard. 4. Select the video file format to use for saving captured video files from the Format list. Specify the Capture folder in which to save the files. 5. Choose Split by Scene to separate scenes in your DV video clip into several clips based on frame content or shooting date and time.
Note: Click Options to customize capture settings specific to your video device.
6. Play the videotape in your camcorder, and position the tape on the part of the video where to start capturing.
Tip: If you are capturing video from a DV or HDV camcorder, use the Navigation Panel to play your videotape.
7. Click Capture Video to start capturing. Click Stop Capture or press [Esc] to stop capturing. 8. To capture a still image from the video footage, pause the video on the desired image then click Capture Image. 9. Click Enable/Disable Audio Preview to play or stop DV audio preview while capturing.
Step 2: Select a template
Select a movie template to apply to your project. Each template provides a different theme which comes with preset start and ending video clips, transitions, title and background music.
Notes: To save your project, click then select Save. If you accessed VideoStudio Movie Wizard from within VideoStudio Editor, the above button will not appear and you will have to save from the File Menu when you go back to the editor.
To apply a Theme template: 1. Select a theme template from the Theme template list. Home Movies templates allow you to create movies that include both video and images while Slideshow templates are used exclusively for creating image slideshows. 2. To set the overall length of your movie, click.
For Home Movies, specify the following options in the Duration dialog box: Fit to video duration: Keeps the current movie duration. Fit to background music: Adjusts the movie duration to fit into the length of the background music. (The background music is added to your movie in the second step of the Movie Wizard.) Specify duration: Lets you define a custom duration for the whole movie.

Background music sets the mood of your movie. The Audio Step lets you select and record music files from one or several CD-ROM drives attached to your computer. You can also dub over your video in this step.
When your movie is complete, you can create a video file for sharing on the Web or output the movie on tape, DVD, or CD in the Share Step.
Note: These steps do not necessarily need to be followed in the order that they are presented.

The Menu Bar

The Menu Bar provides various commands for customizing VideoStudio, opening and saving movie projects, working with individual clips, and more.

The Navigation Panel

The Navigation Panel is used to preview and edit the clips used in your project. Use the Navigation Controls to move around a selected clip or your project. Use the Trim Handles and Jog Slider to edit your clips. When capturing video from a DV or HDV camcorder, the Navigation Controls are used for device control. Use these buttons to control your DV or HDV camcorder or any other DV device.
2 Play Mode Select whether you want to preview your project or only the selected clip. Home Returns to the starting frame. Next Moves to the next frame. Repeat Loops playback. 8
Play Plays, pauses or resumes the current project or a selected clip. Previous Moves to the previous frame. End Moves to the end frame. System Volume Click and drag the slider to adjust the volume of your computer's speakers.
Timecode 10 Mark-in/out Allows you to directly jump to a part of Use these buttons to set a preview range in your project or selected clip by specifying the project, or to mark the start and end the exact timecode. points where to trim a clip.
12 Trim Handles 11 Jog Slider Allows you to set a preview range in the Allows you to scrub through the project or project or trim a clip. clip. 13 Cut Clip Cuts the selected clip into two. Position the Jog Slider to where you want the first clip to end and the second one to start, then click this button. 14 Enlarge Preview Window Click to increase the size of the Preview Window. You can only preview, not edit, your clips when the Preview Window is enlarged.

To capture video: 1. Click the Capture Step then click Capture Video. 2. To specify a capture duration, enter the values in the Duration box in the Options Panel. 3. Select your capture device from the Source list. 4. Select a file format to use for saving your captured video from the Format list. 5. Specify a Capture folder in which to save video files. 6. Click Options to open a menu for customizing more capture settings. 7. Scan your video to search the part to capture. 8. When you get to the part of the video that you want to capture, click Capture Video to start capturing. 9. If you specified a capture duration, wait for the capture to complete. Otherwise, click Stop Capture or press [Esc] to stop capturing.
Notes: When your camcorder is in Record mode (usually named CAMERA or MOVIE), you can capture live video. The available settings in the Video and Audio Capture Property Settings dialog box vary, depending on the capture file format that you have chosen.

Digital Video (DV)

To capture Digital Video (DV) in its native format, select DV from the Format list in the Options Panel. This saves the captured video as a DV AVI file (.AVI).
Note: You can also use the DV Quick Scan option to capture DV video.

DV AVI type-1 and type-2

When capturing DV, click Options in the Options Panel to open a menu, then select DV Type in the menu and choose whether to capture DV as DV type-1 or DV type-2. DV is a data stream that itself contains video and audio. With DV Type-1, the video and audio channels are stored unmodified as a single, interleaved stream in
the AVI file. With DV Type-2 (which is the default), the video and audio channels are stored as two separate streams in the AVI file. The advantage of Type-1 is that the DV data does not need to be processed, and is stored in its exact original format. The advantage of Type-2 is that it is compatible with video software that is not specially written to recognize and process Type-1 files.
Note: To preview audio on the computer while capturing DV, click Preview in the Options Panel. Enable Audio
If the audio sounds choppy, there may be a problem with previewing audio on your computer during DV capture. This does not affect the audio capture quality. If this happens, click Disable Audio Preview to mute the audio.

Split by scene

It often happens that a single DV tape contains several footage that were shot at different times. VideoStudio saves you the hassle of having to capture the segments one by one then save them as separate files. The Split by scene feature will do that job for you. To use Split by scene option in Capture Step: 1. Select the Split by scene option in the Options Panel. 2. Click Capture Video. VideoStudio will automatically look for the scenes according to their shooting date and time and capture them as separate files.

a number indicates how many scenes are merged into that particular clip. Click Split to undo any Join actions that you have done. 8. Click OK to split the video.
Multi-trimming your video
The Multi-trim Video feature is another method for breaking down a clip into multiple segments. While Split by Scene is automatically done by the program, Multi-trim Video gives you complete control over the clips you wish to extract, making it even easier for you to manage your project.
Timeline zoom Drag up and down to sub-divide a video clip into frames per second.
AccuCut Timeline Scan a video clip frame by frame for accurate mark-in and mark-out positions. Shuttle Slider Preview the clip at different playback speeds.
Jog Wheel 4 Use to scroll to different parts of the clip.
To trim a video file into multiple clips: 1. Go to the Edit Step and click Multi-trim Video in the Options Panel.
2. In the Multi-trim Video dialog box, view the whole clip first by clicking determine how you want to mark segments.
3. Choose the number of frames to display by dragging the Timeline zoom. You can choose to display the smallest subdivision of one frame per second. 4. Drag the Jog Slider until you get to the part of the video that you want to use as the beginning frame of the first segment. Click Start.
5. Drag the Jog Slider again, this time, to the point where you want the segment to end. Click End.
6. Do steps 4 and 5 repeatedly until you have marked all the segments you want kept or removed.
Tips: To mark segments, you can also press [F3] and [F4] while playing the video. Click Invert Selection to toggle between marking segments that you want to
retain or marking segments that you want taken out from the clip.
7. Click OK when finished. The video segments that you kept are then inserted onto the Timeline.
Navigation controls in the Multi-trim Video dialog box:
Reverses or advances through the video in fixed increments. By default, these buttons move up or down through the video in [F5] [F6] increments of 25 seconds. Plays a preview of the final trimmed video.

3. In the Options Panel, set the Line spacing. 4. When you are done typing the text, click the Timeline to add the text to your project. It is recommended to keep your text within the title safe area. The title safe area is the rectangular box on the Preview Window. By keeping the text within the bounds of the title safe area, the whole text will not be truncated when viewed on a TV screen. You can display or hide the title safe area by selecting File: Preferences - General tab - Display title safe area in Preview Window. To edit the text: For single titles, select the title clip on the Title Track and click the Preview Window.
For multiple titles, select the title clip on the Title Track and click the Preview Window then click the text that you want to edit.
Notes: Once a title clip has been inserted onto the Timeline, you can adjust its duration by either dragging the handles of the clip, or entering a Duration value in the Options Panel. To see how the title appears on the underlying video clip, select the title clip and then click Play Trimmed Clip or drag the Jog Slider.
Tip: When you are creating multiple title clips that share the same attributes such as font type and style, it is a good rule of thumb to store one copy of your title clip in the Library. (Just drag and drop the title clip from the Timeline into the Library.) This way, you can easily duplicate the title clip (by dragging it from the Library back onto the Title Track) and then change the title.
To add preset text to your project: The Library contains various preset text that you can use for your projects. To use these preset text, select Title in the Library Folder list then drag the preset text onto the Title Track. To insert subtitles to your project: You can also use your own movie subtitle files for your project. To insert your own, click Open Subtitle File. In the Open dialog box, locate the file you want to use and click Open. To save text files: Saving movie subtitles allows you to reuse them in the future. Click Save Subtitle File to open the Save As dialog box. Locate where to save your movie subtitle and click Save.
Note: Movie subtitles will automatically be saved as *.utf files.
Modifying text attributes
Modify the attributes of your text, such as font face, style, size, and more, by using the available settings in the Options Panel. More options allow you to set the style and alignment, apply a Border, Shadow and Transparency and add a Text backdrop to your text. A text backdrop superimposes your text on a horizontal color bar that stretches across the video frame. Click to open the Text Backdrop dialog box to select whether to use a solid or gradient color and to set the transparency of the text backdrop.
To rearrange the stacking order for multiple titles: In the Preview Window, click the text box you want to rearrange. After selecting, right-click it then on the menu that opens, select how you want to restack the text. To reposition a text in a multiple-title clip:

Pause: Applies a break in between the start and end direction of the animation. Select No Pause to make the animation run seamlessly.

Zoom dialog box

Show Title: Select to display the title at the end of the animation. Unit: Determines how the title appears in the scene: Text: The whole title appears in the scene. Character: The title appears in the scene one character at a time. Word: The title appears in the scene one word at a time. Line: A line of text appears in the scene one at a time.
Zoom start/Zoom end: Enter the title zoom ratio at the start and end of the animation.
Sounds are one of the elements that determine the success of your video production. VideoStudio's Audio Step allows you to add both narration and music to your project. The Audio Step consists of two tracks: Voice and Music. Insert your narrations on the Voice Track and your background music or sound effects on the Music Track.
The Audio Step Options Panel
The Audio Step Options Panel consists of two tabs: Music & Voice tab and Auto Music tab. The Music & Voice tab allows you to copy music from your audio CD, record your voice and apply audio filters to your audio tracks. The Auto Music tab allows you to use third-party music tracks for your project.

Music & Voice tab

Duration: Displays the duration of the audio track in hours:minutes:seconds:frames. You can also pre-set the length of the recording by entering the desired duration. Clip volume: Adjusts the volume level of the recorded clip. Fade-in: Gradually increases the volume of the clip. Fade-out: Gradually decreases the volume of the clip. Record Voice: Opens the Adjust Volume dialog box where you can first test the volume of your microphone. Click Start to start recording. VideoStudio creates a new clip to the right of the existing audio in the Voice Track on the Timeline. This changes into Stop during the recording process. Import from Audio CD: Opens a dialog box where you can import music tracks from an audio CD. Click to update your CD information either from the CD-text in the audio CD or from the Internet. Playback Speed: Opens a dialog box where you can change the speed and duration of an audio clip. Audio Filter: Opens the Audio Filter dialog box where you can apply audio filters to the selected audio clip. Audio View: Changes your timeline into audio waveform. When clicked, the Surround Sound Mixer tab is displayed.

Using the Surround Sound Mixer
Unlike stereo stream that carries only two audio channels, Surround Sound delivers a whole lot more realism to your living room. It has five separate audio channels encoded into one file which is delivered to five speakers and one sub-woofer frequency effect. The Surround Sound Mixer has all the controls to position sounds around the listener, outputting audio through the 5.1 configuration of multiple speakers.

Using Stereo Mode

Stereo files (two channels) have two waveforms representing the left and right channels accordingly. To use stereo mode: 1. Click Enable/Disable 5.1 Surround in the Toolbar. Select Music Track in the Options Panel.
Tip: To check if the 5.1 Surround is disabled, click Audio View in the Toolbar.
2. Click Play in the Options Panel. 3. Click the music note symbol in the center of the Surround Sound Mixer. Drag it to either right or left, depending on your preferred sound position.
Note: Moving the note symbol will amplify the sound coming from your preferred direction.
4. Drag Volume to adjust the volume level of the audio.

Using Surround Sound

All audio channels in Surround Sound have a set of similar controls that you will find in the stereo configuration of this panel, plus a few more specific controls. Six-channel VU Meter Front Left, Front Right, Center, Sub-woofer, Surround Left, Surround Right. Center controls the amount of output sound from the center speaker. Sub-woofer controls the amount of low-frequency sound output.
Tip: Sub-woofer sound is less directional than sound output from the satellite speakers. Therefore, you can put it anywhere in the room after some experimenting. Each living space has its own acoustics so there are no fixed rules.
To use Surround Sound mode: 1. Click Enable/Disable 5.1 Surround in the Toolbar. Repeat steps 1 and 2 in using stereo mode. 2. Click the music note symbol in the center of the Surround Sound Mixer. This time, drag it to any of the six channels depending on your sound position preference. 3. Drag the Volume, Center and Sub-woofer to adjust sound controls of your audio.
Tip: You can also adjust the sound position preference of your tracks in Video, Overlay and Voice. To do this, click your preferred track button and repeat steps 2 to 3.
Duplicating an audio channel
Audio files sometimes separate the vocal sound from the background audio and put them in different channels. Duplicating an audio channel allows you to mute the other channel. For example, the voice is on the left audio channel and the background music on the right. When you duplicate the right channel, it will mute the vocal part of the song leaving the background music to play. To duplicate an audio channel, select Duplicate audio

Dialog boxes

Advanced Settings (DV-to-DVD Wizard)
Disc format: Displays the format of the currently inserted disc. Delete temp files after burning: Select to delete the temporary files in the working folder after burning. Working folder: Enter or locate a folder for temporary files. Auto add chapter: Select to automatically add chapters based on a specific time. Create DVD folders: Select to retain the DVD folder in your hard drive after burning. This option is only available if the project is in DVD format. This also allows you to view the finished DVD title on the computer using a DVD player. Display aspect ratio: Select from a list of supported pixel aspect ratios. By applying the correct aspect ratio, images appear properly when previewed. Thus, avoiding distorted motion and transparency on images. Perform non-square pixel rendering: Select to perform non-square pixel rendering when previewing your video. Non-square pixel support helps avoid distortion and keeps the real resolution of DV and MPEG-2 content. Generally, the square pixel is suited for the aspect ratio of computer monitors while the non-square pixel is best used for viewing on a TV screen. Remember to take into account which medium will be your primary mode of display. Template music volume: Drag the slider to specify the volume level to use for the background music of DVD menus. Drive: Select a disc burner drive. Burning speed: Select the rate on which to burn the disc.

Audio Save Options

Ulead VideoStudio tab
Entire project: Creates an audio file containing the whole project. Preview range: Creates an audio file containing only the range you have marked in the Timeline. Play after creating it: Select to play the audio file after the file has been created.

Compression tab

Format: Click to open the Audio Format dialog box where you can change the audio characteristics. Attributes: Select from the drop-down list of audio characteristics to use for saving.

Batch Convert

Batch Convert List: Displays the video files to be converted. The size, type, date modified and path of the video files are also displayed. Add: Opens the Batch Convert dialog box where you can select the files you want to convert. Remove: Deletes the selected file from the Batch Convert List. Remove All: Deletes all the files in the Batch Convert List. Save in folder: Click Browse to select a folder where to save the converted video files. Save as type: Select to what file format to convert the video files. Convert: Starts the conversion process. Cancel: Closes the dialog box without converting the video files. Options: Opens the Video Save Options dialog box where you can define save and compression settings for the selected file format.

Clip display mode: Determines the manner to which your video clip will be presented on the Timeline. Select Thumbnail only if you want your clip to be represented by a corresponding thumbnail on the Timeline. Select File name only if you want your clip to be represented by its file name on the Timeline. Or you can select Thumbnail and file name to have your clip represented by its corresponding thumbnail and file name. Working folder: Allows you to select the folder you want to save your finished projects and captured clips. Instant Playback target: Select where to play back your project. If you have a dual head display card, you can play back your project on both the Preview Window and an external display device. Default field order: Choose the default field option for the selected video clip whose field option is unknown. Field-based video stores video data as two distinct fields of information for each frame. If your video is only for computer playback, select Frame-based. Automatically save project every: Select and specify the time interval when VideoStudio automatically saves a currently active project. Apply anti-flickering filter in image clips: Reduces the flickering that happens when using a television to view image clips. Use Fit-to-Screen as default size in Overlay track: Select this option to set default size to Fit-to-Screen for clips in Overlay track. Cache image clips in memory: Stores image clips in the computer memory for better editing and playback. Display DV timecode on Preview Window: Displays the timecode of a DV video on the Preview Window when it is being played back. Your display card must be VMR (Video Mixing Renderer) compatible for the DV timecode to be displayed properly.
Apply color filter: Select to configure VideoStudio to confine its color palette to those visible in the NTSC or PAL filter color space to make sure that all the colors are valid. Clear if for monitor display only. Resampling quality: Specifies the quality for all effects and clips. A higher quality results in better video reproduction but takes longer to render. Choose Best if you are preparing for final output. Choose Good for fastest operation.

Multi-trim Video shortcuts
Del F3 F4 F5 F6 Esc Delete Set mark-in Set mark-out Go backward in the clip Go forward in the clip Cancel


ESC Stop capturing, recording, rendering, or close a dialog box without making any changes. If you switched to Full Screen Preview, press [Esc] to change back to the VideoStudio Editor interface.
Double-click a tran- Double-clicking a transition in the Library automatically insition in the Effects serts it into the first empty transition slot between two clips. Library Repeating this process will insert a transition into the next empty transition slot.
Appendix C: Technology Overview

Analog vs. Digital

With repeated use, the magnetic tape used in High-8, 8 mm, VHS, and S-VHS becomes prone to wear and tear. It gets thinner and thinner until the video could no longer be played. On the other hand, the quality of digital video doesn't diminish over time. You can play DVs countless times and still expect the quality to be as sharp as it originally was. Digitization also extends a video's life span and allows you to enhance its original sound and picture quality. Digitizing analog videos is a breeze with VideoStudio, wherein data captured from an analog device are automatically converted to digital format. Once digitized, you can edit these footage and output them in any disc format of your choice.
Footage can be captured from your analog source and digitized for editing in your PC.

HD Technology

HDV users are by definition concerned with picture quality. VideoStudio allows you to work with high definition videos just as you would with DV: batch capture, edit, apply filters and transitions, then output to various formats such as SD, HD or WMV-HD for Web-sharing. After you have connected an HDV camcorder and properly set up the device for capturing, VideoStudio will automatically set the capture plug-in and device control to HDV Capture Plug-in and HDV 1394 Device Control respectively. The HDV Capture Plug-in converts the source video from your HDV camcorder into an MPEG-2 Program Stream (PS) video file when capturing it into your computer. By converting the video, it allows you to take advantage of VideoStudios SmartRender technology when you edit the captured video clips. This means that whenever you preview your edits or create a video file, only the clips which have been altered will be rendered.


A standard for video and audio compression used in many products like VCD. For NTSC, its video resolution is 352x240 pixels at 29.97 fps. For PAL, it works at 352x288 pixels at 25 fps.


A subset of MPEG-1. It's a standard for video and audio compression used in products like DVD. For NTSC DVD, its video resolution is 720x480 pixels at 29.97 fps. For PAL DVD, it works at 720x576 pixels at 25 fps.
Non Linear Editing. Conventional editing on a VCR is necessarily linear because you must access clips on a video tape in order. Computer editing can be done in any order that is convenient.
Small audible or visual discrepancies that adversely affect audio and video files which have been recorded or captured incorrectly or with faulty equipment.


NTSC is the video standard in North America, Japan, Taiwan, and some other regions. Its frame rate is 29.97 fps. PAL is common in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, China, Thailand, and some other Asian places, which has a frame rate of 25 fps. There are other differences. In the world of DV and DVD, NTSC has the video resolution of 720x480 pixels, while PAL has 720x576 pixels.
These are the superimposed video or image clips over existing clips in your project.


Plug-ins are utilities that add more functions and effects to a program. In Ulead VideoStudio, plug-ins have made it possible for the program to automatically recognize capture devices as well as output videos for different purposes such as for e-mail, Web page, video greeting cards, and DV recording.


A Profile covers various attributes for a Windows Media Format file such as bit rate, number and type of streams, compression quality, frame size and so on.

Project File

In VideoStudio, a project file (*.VSP) contains the required information to link all associated image, audio, and video files. You need to open a project file first before starting video-editing in VideoStudio.


Rendering is the process of making a finished movie from the source files in a project.


A scene is a series of frames binded by continuity. In Ulead VideoStudio, each scene that is captured using the Split by Scene feature is based on the footage's recording date and time. In a captured DV AVI file, scenes can be separated into several files based on the footage's recording date and time or by changes in the content of the video. In an MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 file, scenes are separated into files based on content changes.

Seamless Capture

As a workaround to the 4 GB capture file size limitation in Windows systems that use the FAT 32 file system (such as Windows 98 and Windows Me), Ulead VideoStudio automatically saves captured video as a new file when this limitation has been reached. This method, known as seamless capture, allows the capturing process to be performed uninterrupted no matter how long the footage is. VideoStudio performs seamless capture when capturing DV Type-1 or DV Type-2 (from DV camcorder), or when capturing MPEG video (from DV camcorder or analog capture device). Windows systems such as Windows 2000 and Windows XP that are installed using the NTFS file system do not have the 4 GB limitation.


The narration of a video or movie is commonly called the voiceover. This is most notable in documentaries such as nature shows.


4 GB limitation 45
ActiveMovie 129 Adding 42, 93 audio files 107 background music 106 chapters 65 clips to Overlay Track 86 clips to the Video Track 60 clips to your project 42 Flash animations 94 frames 93 media clips to the Library 38 multiple titles 95 music from audio CD 106 objects 93 preset text 97 single title 96 text 95 third-party music 106 voiceover 105 Adjusting color and brightness 67 Ad-Zapper 72 Album Transition 81 Allow access to capture devices settings 144 Analog 157 Analog video 50 Animation effects 100 Drop 100 Fade 101 Fly 101 Moving Path 102 Pop-up 102 Swing 102
Animation tab 99 Anti-shake 72 Applying 72 audio filters 113 text animation 100 video filters 72 Audio filters 113 Audio Step 104 Audio View 37 Auto-trim 108 Batch Convert 66, 136 Border 89 overlay clip 89 transitions 80 Burning 118

Turn 102 Zoom 103

Capture Step 45 Capturing 46 analog video 50 Digital Video (DV) 47 MPEG files 54 still images 58 still images (Edit Step) 68 TV footage 52 VCD, SVCD or DVD-ready MPEG files 54 WMV files 55 Change Capture Plug-in 136 Change Image/Color Duration 135 Chapter Point Bar 36, 65, 137 Checking the hardware setup 11
Chroma Key 88 Clip Volume Control 109 Color (Effect Step) 80 Color clips 61 Color Correction 60 Connecting 9 Analog video 13 camcorder to the IEEE-1394 interface 10 4-pin to 4-pin cable 10 4-pin to 6-pin cable 10 capture or tuner card to the sound card 16 DV or Digital 8 camcorder 9 Sony HDV camcorder 13 TV antenna to the tuner card 15 USB camera 18 video device to the analog capture card 14 Converting multiple files 66 Create Audio File 132 Create Disc 29 adding/editing chapters 120 burning onto a disc 124 creating selection menus 121 previewing 123 Create Video File 29 Create video file with specified duration 151 Creating 44 movie project 44 movie templates 115 video - entire project 116 video - preview range 117 video file 116 Customize Filter 74
analog capture or tuner card 18 USB camera 18
Customizing 94 frame 94 object 94 Cut Clip 33, 135
Dialog boxes 138 Audio Filter 113 Audio Save Options 138 Audio Save Options - Compression 139 Audio Save Options - Ulead VideoStudio 138 Batch Convert 139 Border/Shadow/Transparency 139 Border/Shadow/Transparency Border 139 Border/Shadow/Transparency Shadow 140 Capture Options 140 Change Capture Plug-in 140 Customize Filter 74 Duration 26 Flip-Album 81 Multi-trim Video 71 Overlay Track Manager 87 Pan & Zoom 76 Preferences 141 Capture 144 Edit 143 Preview 145 Preferences (Create Disc) 145 Preferences (File menu) 141 Preview Files Manager 148 Preview Playback Options 146 Project Options 147 Project Properties 147 Project Settings (Create Disc) 147 Scanning Sensitivity 69

Rearranging stacking order for titles 98 Recover DVB-T Video 50, 137 Relink 134 Rendering 40 Replace last filter 60, 92 Repositioning 91 overlay clip 91 Resize overlay clip 90 Resizing and distorting clips 78 Ripple Editing 64
Save Current Frame as Image 137 Save DV Quick Scan Digest 22 Save DV Quick Scan Digest as HTML 22 Save Trimmed Video 136 Saving 44 project 41 trimmed clips 64 video file 116 Screen saver 132 Seamless capture 45
Select Device Control 136 Setting your preferences 41 Share Step 114 Shortcuts 153 Show startup screen 142 Shuttle Slider 49 Single text 95 Single title 99 Smart Pan & Zoom 27 Smart Proxy 66 Smart Proxy Manager 34, 137 SmartRender 43, 158 SmartSound Quicktracks 105 Soft edge (Effect Step) 80 Sorting clips in the Library 39 Source Volume Panel 51 Specify duration (VideoStudio Movie Wizard) 26 Split Audio 59 Split by Scene 135 Split by scene (Capture Step) 46, 48 Startup screen 20 Storyboard View 35 Stretching audio duration 108 SVCD 159 System tweaks 161 System Volume 33 System-defined profiles 56
Technology Overview 157 Text animation 100 Text backdrop 98 Text Properties (VideoStudio Movie Wizard) 28 Theme template 26 Timeline View 36 Tips and techniques 167 Title safe area 96
Title Step 95 Toolbar 33 Transparency 88 overlay clip 88 Trim Handles 33 Trim handles 63 Trimming 62 audio clips 107 Trim Bar 62 Trim handles 63 Troubleshooting 168 TV footage 52 TV tuner 52
VideoStudio Movie Wizard 136 Volume rubber banding 112

Help 137 Tools 136

WMV 55 Editing and customizing a video profile 56 Selecting a profile 55 Write-Behind Caching 163

USB camera 18

Variation 105 VCD 159 VCD player compliant 145 Video clips 61 Video filter 72 applying to a clip in the Video Track 72 applying to overlay clip 91 key frame 74 Video Track 42, 60 VideoStudio Editor 20, 30 Menu Bar 32 Navigation Panel 32 Options Panel 37 project timeline 34 Step Panel 31 user interface 30 VideoStudio menus 134 Clip 135 Edit 135 File 134


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20000 M T orrance, CA 90503 USA Please allow weeks for rebate processing. Rebate expires 12/31/2003, must be post marked by January 8, 2004 Terms and Conditions on Reverse Side. ariner Avenue, Suite 200


Offer valid in the 50 United States, the District of Columbia, and Canada only. Void where prohibited, taxed or restricted. If qualified, the customer may choose either the competitive rebate or upgrade rebate, but not both. The original rebate form must be filled out completely and accompanied by requested proof of purchase and ownership articles. Incomplete rebate requests will not be accepted. A complete request includes the original UPC from the Ulead VideoStudio 7.0 box (No copies of UPC codes accepted), the original dated sales receipt or copy of electronic receipt (partial or incomplete receipts, or packing lists will not be accepted) for Ulead VideoStudio 7.0 (with the price, date and store where acquired clearly identified); and a copy of copyright page of qualifying competitive product for competitive rebate or a copy of the copyright page from qualifying previous version for upgrade rebate; and the completed original rebate form. Mail all required materials to Ulead (North & South America), Ulead VideoStudio 7.0 US$20.00 Competitive / Upgrade Rebate, 20000 Mariner Avenue, Suite 200, Torrance, CA 90503 USA. Your rebate must be postmarked within 60 days of purchase and the offer expires on December 31, 2003. All requests must be post marked by January 8, 2004. Please allow at least weeks for delivery of your rebate. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer, promotion or discount and is limited to one rebate per name/family/address. All rebates will be paid in US Dollars. Taxes, duties, and other charges are the responsibility of the purchaser. Offer not valid without the promotion code, which is received by email after registering your Ulead VideoStudio 7.0 over the Internet at Do not send your registration card with your rebate request. Requests from groups, post office boxes and/or organizations will not be honored. Offer is not available for site or multi-user licenses. Any lost, late, misdirected, torn, mutilated, incomplete, invalid, damaged, postage due, or illegible requests are NOT the responsibility of Ulead Systems, Inc., and may be subject to additional processing time or disqualification. Cash redemption value 1/100 of 1 cent. Please keep copies of all materials submitted: originals will not be kept on file or returned. This offer is available for the Full, Retail Physical version of Ulead VideoStudio 7.0 only; electronic versions of Ulead VideoStudio do not qualify for this upgrade rebate. Ulead reserves the right to cancel and/or change offers and/or promotions at our own discretion. 1997-2003 Ulead Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Ulead, Ulead VideoStudio, and the Ulead Systems logo are registered trademarks and/or trademarks of Ulead Systems, Inc. All other names and/or trademarks are the property of their respective owners.



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