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Desktop Video News #003: Convert Digital Photos to VCD Format
April 20, 2004

Welcome to this week's edition of Desktop Video News. This week, we'll take a look at how to create VCD movies from digital photographs - very useful if you've tons of photos to share with friends and family. We also look at the Panasonic VDR-M30 DVD camcorder, plus some of the top 3-CCD professional camcorders out there. If you're in the market for a video editing computer, we've got an article covering that, as well as a guide to choosing video editing software. Enjoy the articles!

In This Issue

Convert Digital Photos to VCD Format
How you can convert digital photos to VCD format using Ulead DVD PictureShow.

Panasonic VDR-M30 DVD Camcorder Review
This article describes the exciting features found in the new Panasonic VDR-M30 DVD camcorder.

Top 10 3-CCD Camcorders
My comparison of the top 3-CCD cameras available for serious videographers and budding filmmakers.

Choosing a Computer for Video Editing
A guide to buying a computer for digital video editing. Learn how to choose a quality desktop or laptop system.

Choosing The Best Video Editing Software
Tips on how to choose the correct video editing software for your video production needs.

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Tip of The Week

Here's a cool tip. There may be times in your movie when you want to show your audience that you’ve switched to a different location or time of day. A technique commonly used to achieve this goal is to fade your video in from or out to black. Most video editing programs have controls to do this. Try it out for a professional look.

Cool Site of The Week
This is wonderful digital video portal that I've been visitng for years. It has so much content I always learn something new when I go there. A must-have on every digital video enthusiast's bookmark page.

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