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Desktop Video News #009: Choosing The Best Firewire Card
November 14, 2004

Welcome to this week's edition of Desktop Video News. This week, we'll take a how to choose a good Firewire card. There are also several reviews of great video editing software packages - Adobe Premiere Pro, Ulead Media Studio Pro 7 and Pinnacle Studio 8. Finally, there's a short tutorial on burning VCDs with Nero Burning ROM - an important procedure for any budding digital videographer.

In This Issue

Choosing The Best Firewire Card
Takes you through the main considerations to think about before buying a Firewire card.

Adobe Premiere Pro
A review of Adobe Premiere Pro, the latest video editing software suite from Adobe Systems.

Ulead Media Studio Pro 7
A review of Media Studio Pro, a professional video editing software package from Ulead Systems.

Pinnacle Studio 8
This article provides a review of Pinnacle Studio 8, a video editing software.

How to Burn VCD Discs using Nero Burning ROM
Simple guide on how to burn VCDs using Nero Burning ROM.

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Tip of The Week

Perhaps one of the most overlooked tools available to you to improve the quality of your digital movies is the tripod. As digital video cameras have continued to shrink in size, they have actually become more prone to camera shake. Holding a small digital camera still can be a challenge at best, even your breathing can be a source of camera shake. Every little movement of the camera has a negative affect on image quality and the use of a tripod or a monopod will eliminate this camera shake. Using a tripod or monopod can improve the image quality of your videos 10x!

Cool Site of The Week
This site will help you to make your own VideoCDs, SVCDs or DVDs that can be played on your standalone DVD Player from video sources like DVD, Video, TV, Cam or downloaded movie clips like DivX, MOV, RM, WMV and ASF. There's a LOT of stuff here. Take your time and explore.

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