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Setting project properties
Project Properties serve as your template for previewing your movie projects. The project settings in the Project Properties dialog box determine the appearance and quality of a project when it is previewed on-screen. To customize project settings, select File: Project Properties. When customizing project settings, it is recommended that you make the settings the same as the attributes of the video footage that will be captured to avoid distorting the video images and have smooth playback without jumping frames. When you customize project properties to be the same as the desired output settings for your project (for instance, setting project properties to DVD settings if you will output the project to a DVD disc), you can have more accurate previews of your final movie.
There are three ways you can do to add clips to your project: Capture video clips from a video source. The video clips will be inserted onto the Video Track. Drag clips from the Library onto the correct tracks. Click to directly insert media files to the different tracks.
The Play button in the Navigation Panel serves two purposes: for playback of your entire project or a selected clip. To play back, click Project or Clip, then click Play. While working on your project, you will want to preview your work frequently to see how your project is progressing. VideoStudio offers you two preview options: Instant Playback and High Quality Playback. Select File: Preferences General, then choose the preview method that you prefer in Playback method.
Instant Playback allows you to quickly preview changes in your project without the need to create a temporary preview file, however, playback may be jerky depending on your computer resources. High Quality Playback renders your project as a temporary preview file then plays this preview file. Playback is smoother in High Quality Playback mode, but rendering your project for the first time in this mode may take a long time to complete depending on the size of your project and computer resources.
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.
Plays the video file. Hold [Shift] then click to play only the selected segments. Moves to the start or end frame of a trimmed segment.
Moves to the previous/next frame in the video.
VideoStudio lets you search your videos for commercial intervals. Clicking this feature extracts the commercials to the media list. Program detection sensitivity allows you to control the rate of distinguishing between commercials. Quick search interval allows you to set a fixed interval between frames and and browse through the movie using the set value. Merge CF merges all your extracted clips so that they appear as on thumbnail in your media list.
Applying video filters
Video filters are effects that you can apply to clips in order to change their style or appearance. For example, you can improve the color balance of a clip, or make it look like a painting. Video filter samples: Anti-shake allows you to correct or stabilize sub-standard videos due to camera shake.
Fish Eye distorts the video to give your audience a feel of looking through a glass ball.
Enhance Lighting improves video exposure which is ideal to correct poorly lit videos.
To apply a video filter to a clip (video or image) in the Video Track: 1. Select a clip in the Timeline. 2. Click the Attribute tab in the Edit Step Options Panel. 3. Choose a video filter from the Video Filter folder in the Library to apply to your clip (by clicking the thumbnail). 4. Drag and drop the video filter onto your clip in the Video Track.
Note: By default, the filter applied to a clip is always replaced with the new filter dragged onto the clip. Clear Replace last filter to apply multiple filters to a single clip. VideoStudio allows you to apply a maximum of five filters to a single clip.
5. Click Customize Filter in the Options Panel to customize the attributes of the video filter. Available options depend on the selected filter. 6. Preview how your clip looks with the video filter applied to it using the Navigator.
Notes: When there is more than one video filter applied to a clip, you can change the order of filters by clicking or. Changing the order of the video filters will have drastic effects on your clip.
In the Attribute tab, click Mask & Chroma Key to go to the Overlay Options Panel. Drag the Transparency slider to set the opacity of the overlay clip.
To specify Chroma Key settings to the current overlay clip: 1. Click Mask & Chroma Key in the Attribute tab to go to the Overlay Options Panel. 2. Select Apply Overlay Options then Chroma Key in Type.
3. Click the Color Box then select the color to be rendered as transparent.
Without Chroma Key
With Chroma Key
Tips: Select then click on a color in the image that will be rendered as transparent. Drag the Similarity Slider to specify the color range of the selected color that will be rendered as transparent.
To add a border around the current overlay clip: In the Attribute tab, click Mask & Chroma Key to go to the Overlay Options Panel. Drag the Border slider to set the thickness of the border of the overlay clip. Set the color of the border by clicking the Color Box beside the slider.
To resize the current overlay clip: In the Attribute tab, drag a handle on the overlay clip on the Preview Window to resize it. If you drag a yellow corner handle, it will keep the aspect ratio when you resize the clip. It is recommended that you keep the overlay clip within the title safe area. You can also right-click the overlay clip on the Preview Window to open a menu where you can resize the overlay clip to keep the aspect ratio, revert it to the default size, use the original size of the overlay clip, or resize it to occupy the entire screen.
The Keep Aspect Ratio option resizes the overlay clip based on the width or height, depending on which is longer in length, of the overlay clip.
Note: When you resize or distort the overlay clip then go back to the Edit tab, the clip will appear to have resized back to its original size. This is only for editing purposes, the overlay clip retains its properties.
To distort the current overlay clip: Each corner of the marquee of the overlay clip have green nodes which you can use to distort the overlay clip. Drag the green nodes to distort the overlay clip.
Tip: Hold [Shift] while dragging the green nodes to keep the distortion within the current clipss marquee.
To reposition the current overlay clip: In the Attribute tab, drag the overlay clip to the desired area on the Preview Window. You can also right-click the overlay clip on the Preview Window to open a menu where you can automatically place the overlay clip in a preset position on the video. It is recommended that you keep the overlay clip within the title safe area. To apply a filter to the current overlay clip: You can apply video filters to your overlay clips. For more details on how to apply, you can refer to Edit: Applying video filters. To use the same attributes for different overlay clips: You can use the attributes (size and position) of one overlay clip and apply it to a different overlay clip on your movie project. To apply the same attributes, first right-click the source overlay clip then select Copy Attributes. Next, right-click the target overlay clip then select Paste Attributes.
Tips: You can specify how long the clip will play in Time stretch duration. The speed of the clip will automatically adjust to the specified duration. This feature will not trim the clip when you specify a shorter time. You can stretch the time of an audio clip in the Timeline by holding [Shift] then dragging the yellow handles on the selected clip.
Background music that starts and ends gradually is commonly used to create smooth transitions. For each of your music clips, you can click in and fade-out the volume at the start and end of the clip. and to fade-
Mixing audio tracks
The key to making narrations, background music, and existing audio of your video clips blend well together is to control the volume of your clips. Blend the different audio tracks in your project by using the Audio Step Options Panel, Surround Sound Mixer or Audio View.
Using the Clip Volume Control
You will find the volume control in the Options Panel. Clip volume represents the percentage of the original recorded volume. Values range from 0 to 500%, where 0% completely silences the clip and 100% retains the original recorded volume.
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.
4. Click OK.
Render your project into a video file format that is suitable for your audience or purpose. You can export the rendered video file as a Web page, multimedia greeting card, or send it to a friend by e-mail. All these and more can be done in VideoStudio's Share Step. A DVD authoring wizard is also integrated in this step, enabling you to directly burn your project as a DVD, SVCD, or VCD.
The Share Step Options Panel
Create Video File: Creates a video file of your project. You can create movie templates that you can base your final video file on. Create Sound File: Allows you to save the audio segment of your project as a sound file. Create Disc: Invokes the DVD authoring wizard and allows you to burn your project in HD DVD, DVD, SVCD or VCD format. Export to Mobile Device: A video file can be exported to other external devices such as PSP, Windows mobile-based devices, SD (Secure Digital) cards and Ulead DVD-VR Wizard for burning to DVD-RAM. You can only export your project after you have created a video file. Project Playback: Clears the screen and displays the whole project or a selected segment against a black background. It can also output to a videotape if you have a VGA to a TV converter, camcorder, or a video recorder connected to your system. It also allows you to manually control the output device when recording. DV Recording: Allows you to record a selected video file onto a DV tape using a DV camcorder. Share Video Online: Allows you to output your project as WMV then upload it on an online sharing site.
Creating movie templates
Movie templates contain settings which define how to create the final movie file. By using the preset movie templates provided by Ulead VideoStudio, or by creating your own templates in the Make Movie Manager, you can have multiple variations of your final movie. For instance, you can create movie templates that provide high quality outputs for DVD and videotape recording, and also set up movie templates that give lower quality but acceptable outputs for different purposes, such as Web streaming and e-mail distribution. To create movie templates: 1. Select Tools: Make Movie Manager. The Make Movie Templates Manager dialog box opens. 2. Click New. In the New Template dialog box, select the File format and type in a Template name. Click OK. 3. In the Template Options dialog box, set the options you want in the General and AVI/Compression tabs.
Note: A red line representing the selected range should appear on the ruler.
3. Click Create Video File in the Options Panel. 4. Select a movie template. 5. In the Create Video File dialog box, click Options. In the Options dialog box, select Preview range. Click OK. 6. Enter a file name and click Save. Another method of partially rendering your project is to click Play-Project while holding down the [Shift] key. You don't have to be in the Share Step to do this. The selected range will be rendered then shown in the Preview Window. Doing this will create a temporary video file under the folder specified in the Preview tab of the Preferences dialog box.
Burning a DVD, VCD, SVCD or HD DVD
Click Create Disc in the Options Panel to output your project (together with other VideoStudio projects or videos) to create a DVD, VCD, SVCD and HD DVD. In the dialog box that opens, first choose an output format. Second, decide whether you want to add other projects and videos. See the following sections for more information.
Notes: Your entire VideoStudio project can be brought into the Create Disc dialog box for burning even if you did not save it first as a.VSP file. Video will be adjusted to the correct aspect ratio (as specified in the Disc Templates Manager dialog box), and automatically letterboxed or pillarboxed to fit the correct aspect ratio.
Media Clip List Jog Slider
Settings and options
Navigation Panel Project Settings Change display aspect ratio Mark-out
Import videos or VideoStudio project files (VSP) you want to include in your final movie. To add videos: 1. Click Add video files. Locate the folder where the videos are, and then select one or more video clips you want to add.
2. Click Open.
Notes: You can add video formats such as AVI, QuickTime, and MPEG files. You can also add VCD video (DAT) files. After a video clip is added to the Media Clip List, sometimes you may see a black thumbnail. This is because the first scene (frame) of this video clip is a black screen. To change it, double-click to select this video clip and move the Jog Slider to the scene you want. Next, right-click the thumbnail and select Change Thumbnail.
To add VideoStudio projects: 1. Click Add VideoStudio project files. Locate the folder where the projects are, and then select one or more video projects you want to add.
You can trim a video and VideoStudio project using the Jog Slider, mark-in/out, and navigation controls. Trimming a video gives you the freedom to precisely edit the video length.
Tip: You can also add videos from DVD/DVD-VR discs.
This feature is only available when the Create menu option is selected. By adding chapters, you can create submenus linked to their associated video clip.
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.
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 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.
Transparent text: Select to create an transparent effect for your text. Outer stroke border: Select to create an outer stroke border for your text. Border width: Specify the thickness of the border. Line color: Click to select a color for the border. Text transparency: Set the transparency of the text. The higher the value the more transparent the text. Soft edge: Make the border blend smoothly with the background. The higher the value the more the border blends with the background.
Shadow type: Select the type of shadow to apply to your text. The availability of the options below depends on the type of shadow: X: Sets the horizontal distance between the text and shadow. Y: Sets the vertical distance between the object and shadow. Color: Click to select the color of the shadow. Transparency: Set the transparency of the text. The higher the value the more transparent the shadow. Soft edge: Make the border blend smoothly with the background. The higher the value the more the shadow blends with the background.
Capture audio: Select to capture the audio when capturing from an analog device. Capture to Library: Select to put the captured video into the Library. Force to use preview mode: Select to improve captured video quality when capturing in SVCD or DVD format. This is only available if your analog capture card supports this feature. Capture frame rate: Select what frame rate to use when capturing the video. The higher the frame rate, the smoother the video will be. Display Source Volume Panel when capturing: Select to open the Source Volume Panel when capturing analog videos. You can use this panel to adjust the sound volume of the analog source during capture.
Change Capture Plug-in
Current capture plug-in: Allows you to choose a capture plug-in for the driver that comes with the capture device installed on your computer. Capture plug-ins are programs that come with Ulead VideoStudio. They allow VideoStudio to communicate with your video camera. Description: Displays a brief description of the selected capture plug-in.
Disc burner Specify the settings for your burning device.
Drive Select the disc burner to use in recording the video file. Speed Select the recording speed to use in burning the video file. Files to include on disc Choose additional items that you want to include on the disc. Copyright information Select to include the Ulead VideoStudio copyright text. Personal folder Select to include any other folders on the disc. Advanced settings Lets you adjust more disc burning settings. Test before recording: Select to simulate first (it does not actually burn yet) the CD/DVD burning of the video file. This will help you check if the system speed is enough to send data to the CD/DVD writing device at a specified recording speed. After the simulated burning, actual burning then starts. Clear to burn the disc without performing a test. Buffer underrun protection: Select to use this technology when burning your video file. This technology helps eliminate the buffer underrun problem. Availability of this technology depends on the disc burner you use. Restart DVD+RW background format: Select to format the DVD+RW before recording. Enabling this option will prolong the recording process but will ensure a successful burn. This is recommended when you are using the DVD+RW disc for the first time.
Press OK to capture: Allows you to press OK to start capturing. Record directly from CD: Allows you to record an audio track directly from a CD. Captured still image save format: Specifies the format to which your captured still image file will be saved as. Image quality: Determines the display quality of the captured image. The higher the quality, the bigger the file. Image capture deinterlace: Enables constant image resolution when downloading files, as opposed to the progressive image resolution available with interlaced images. Stop DV tape when capturing stops: Enables the DV camcorder to automatically stop the tape playback after a video capture process is complete. Allow access to capture devices settings: If you need to customize particular capture settings of your capture device, select this option. When this option is selected, the Video and Audio Capture Property Settings dialog box will no longer be available. In its place, several dialog boxes containing capture settings for the capture device will be made available. Show drop frame information: Select to display how many frames were dropped during video capture. Show Recover DVB-T Video warning before capturing: Select to enable VideoStudio to prompt if recovering DVB-T video files is needed when capturing.
Specify additional folders for preview files: Indicates which folder Ulead VideoStudio can use to save preview files. The folder shown is the folder specified in the SET TEMP statement of your AUTOEXEC.BAT file. Specify other folders if you have additional drives or a partitioned drive. If you only have one drive, leave the other boxes empty. Limit hard disk usage to: Specifies how much memory you want to allocate just for the Ulead VideoStudio's program. If you are only using Ulead VideoStudio and want to optimize the performance, select the maximum amount possible. If you are using other programs in the background, you may want to limit this to half of the maximum file size. If left cleared, Ulead VideoStudio uses your systems memory management to control the use and distribution of memory.
Enable Smart Proxy: Automatically creates proxy files whenever a video source file is inserted into the Timeline. Create proxy when video size is (or above): Allows you to set the condition as to when proxy files will be generated. If the frame size of a video source file is the same or is higher than the chosen frame size here, a proxy file will be created for the video file. Proxy folder: Sets the folder location to store proxy files. Video proxy options: Indicate the settings to be used in generating proxy files. To change the proxy file format or other settings, click Template to choose a template that already contains predefined settings, or click Options to tweak detailed settings.
External playback device: Select a device where to preview your clip with the filter applied. You can use a DV camcorders LCD monitor or another device such as a TV. If your display card supports two output devices, select Dual Head Device to preview the clip on the other device connected to your display card. Options: Click to adjust or modify the properties of the selected external playback device. Description: Displays additional information about the selected external playback device.
Project file information: Displays various information about the project file such as file size and duration. Project template properties: Displays the video file format and other attributes used by the project. Edit file format: Select the video format you are going to use to create your final movie. Click Edit to open the Project Options dialog box where you can customize compression and audio settings for the selected file format.
The tabs and settings in this dialog box are the same as the Video Save Options dialog box.
Project Settings (Create Disc)
MPEG properties for file conversion: Displays detailed information about the selected video setting. Change MPEG Settings: Click to open a menu where you can select a disc template for the selected file format. Click Customize to define video save settings such as compression and frame rate. Display aspect ratio Select the output display of your project. VideoStudio supports standard 4:3 and widescreen 16:9 display aspect ratios for videos and menus. Do not convert compliant MPEG files: Select to not re-render MPEG files that are already compliant to the selected MPEG format.
Support X-Disc Includes Extended disc (XDVD, XVCD, XSVCD) compatible files to your project. Two-pass conversion Improves the quality of the output video by analyzing the video data first before encoding. Treat MPEG audio as non-DVD compliant: This is an option under Do not convert DVD compliant MPEG files. Select to treat all video files that has MPEG audio as non-DVD compliant. The MPEG audio track will not be rendered to LPCM during output. Auto fade out first play to menu Select to automatically crossfade from the first play clip to the menu. Play all clips first before menu Select to play all videos first, and then display the menu. Auto repeat when playback ends: Select to loop the video after it is done playing back. Clip playback: Select whether to play the next clip or go back to the menu after playback ends. This option is disabled when Auto repeat when playback ends is selected.
Note: Failure to locate the correct timecode may lead to unexpected problems (such as noise or delays) during capturing or recording back to the DV camcorder.
If VideoStudio does not work properly. Repair VideoStudio if it does not work properly. To repair VideoStudio, doubleclick Add or Remove Programs in the Control Panel. Select Ulead Video Studio, click Change/Remove, then click Repair.
A signal that is not digital. Most VCRs, radio/television broadcasting, AV in/out, SVIDEO, and stereos are analog. Computers are digital, dealing in ones and zeros. Information from an analog source must be digitized to be used on a computer.
The relationship of width to height for a given image or graphic. Keeping or maintaining the aspect ratio refers to the process of maintaining size relationships when either the width or height of an image or graphic is changed.
Audio-Video Interleave is a digital video file format designed specifically for the Microsoft Windows environment.
The recording of video or images to a computer hard disk.
These are utilities integrated with Ulead VideoStudio that allow the program to recognize capture devices and automatically detect them when they are connected to the computer.
A short section or part of a movie. A clip can be audio, video, still images or a title.
COmpress and DECompress. All videos on a computer uses a special algorithm or program to process video. This program is called a codec.
A simple background color used in a movie. It is often used for titles and credits since they stand out clearly against the solid color.
A video signal that combines luminance and chrominance. NTSC and PAL are examples of composite video.
Making a file smaller by removing redundant data. Nearly all digital video is compressed in some way or another. Compression is achieved through a codec.
The amount of data per second that is transferred from one part of your computer to another. In digital video, the data rate of your source is very important: CDROMs have lower data rates than hard disks. The data rate of the Internet is very low.
A software driver that allows programs to control video sources like the camcorder or VCR.
Computer data consisting of ones and zeros. Contrast digital information with analog.
The process of converting analog input to a digital form so that it can be used by the computer.
Digital Non-Linear Editing is a method of combining and editing multiple video clips to produce a finished product. DNLE offers random access to all source materials and all portions on the master tape at all times during the editing process.
A software program that controls the connection between a specific device and a computer.
Digital Video with a capital "D" and a capital "V" stands for a very specific format of video, just like VHS or High-8. This format can be understood (played back, recorded) by your camcorder and also by your computer, if you have the proper hardware (capture card) and software (DV codec). The most exciting thing about DV is that it can be copied from your camcorder to your computer, and then back to your camcorder (after editing, of course) without any loss of quality.
Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) is popular in video production because of its quality. Not only does it guarantee superb audio and video quality, it can also hold several times more data than VCDs and SVCDs. DVDs make use of the MPEG-2 format, which has a much bigger file size than MPEG-1, and can likewise be produced as single or dual-sided, and single and dual-layered. They can be played on standalone DVD players or on the DVD-ROM drive of your PC.
In VideoStudio, an effect is a special computer generated transition between two video clips.
The process of sharing files between applications. When you export a file, the data is usually converted into a format that is recognizable by the receiving application. The original file remains unchanged.
A transition effect where the clip gradually disappears or appears. In video, the picture would gradually change to or from a solid color; for audio, the transition would be from full volume to complete silence or vice-versa.
A standard interface used for connecting digital audio/video devices such as DV camcorders to computers. It is the trademarked name given by Apple Computers for the IEEE-1394 standard.
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