Want to produce a training video or software tutorial? The latest release of VideoStudio Pro lets you capture screen footage and insert it directly into your timeline for further editing or inclusion in longer videos.
Want to know more about using Adobe Premiere Elements? The expert tutorials listed in this guide run the gamut from getting started with the software to advanced tips, tricks and troubleshooting. Find the category that suits your needs and start learning.
When working with the Adobe Premiere video editing software, there are a number of items that often give users problems. Here is a look at some of those tasks and tips for how to get through them with no trouble at all.
When it comes to DVD authoring, DVD Studio Pro mixes professional tools with a relatively easy learning curve for new users. Here are some tutorials that are going to get you started creating your own professional looking DVDs.
Apple Compressor, which is the video compression and conversion component of the Final Cut Studio, is a professional-level program that has a very welcoming interface. Here are some complete tutorials that are going to help you learn the software, and how to perform specific tasks within it.
Adobe presents editors with one of the most powerful tools for video editing: After Effects. With the ability to create graphics and animate projects to achieve almost any goal, the software is massive and the learning curve is steep. Here are several tutorials to help beginners master the software.
Final Cut Pro has developed itself into one of the most prevalent video editing programs, even stealing some of the thunder from the industry favorites. The software is intricate, and will require you to learn a number of different areas. Take a look at these tutorials to learn how the tools.
Windows Movie Maker is the perfect program for new video editors running a PC, especially if they want to cut together home movies, presentations, and simple projects. Here are some tutorials that will address the different parts of learning the program, from basic info through to video effects.
Mac users will find that the iLife package makes creating and altering their own media a practical possibility. iMovie is the simple video editing option here, and can be used by digital video newbies. Here are several helpful tutorials that will get you started and answer your iMovie questions.