The Muvipix.com Guide to Sony Movie Studio Platinum 12: The tools, and how to use them, to make movies on your personal computer using Sony’s amazing video editing program

Sony’s amazingly powerful video editor just seems to get better with each generation. Yet, because it’s so loaded with so many powerful tools, it can also be rather intimidating. Steve Grisetti, founding member of videomaker support site Muvipix.com, shows you all the tools in the latest version of this richly-featured program and how to use them, step-by-step. You’ll learn: • How to get video from your tape-based, hard drive or even flash-based camcorder into your video project. • How to build a timeline, and how to trim, split, arrange and composite the clips you add to it. • How to apply and customize effects and transitions – and how to install even more video and audio effects into your program! • How to create amazing effects and animations. • How to work with, edit and output anaglyphic 3D video and titles. • How to use the Chroma Keyer effect to make a person look like he or she is in any real or imaginary location. • How to upload your video to YouTube, Pixelcast.com or to your Sony PSP™. • How to prepare your video for output as a DVD and BluRay disc.

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  1. An essential supplement for Sony Movie Studio Sony Movie Studio is an extremely powerful program. This makes the learning curve pretty steep. Although I was managing to make useful DVD’s and Blu-ray disks this book really made a huge difference. There is so much that is obscure and confusing that I was spending lots of time sorting through help files with mixed results. Reading this book has saved me lots of time and I now use the program with confidence. Grisetti’s book is well written, well organized, loaded with heavily annotated…

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