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10.25.2007
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
New DVD series helps non-video professionals create content

Class on Demand has made available a self-paced training DVD series, “How To Shoot and Produce,” designed to provide non-video professionals with the knowledge and techniques to create compelling and eye-catching movies using the latest consumer digital production tools.

Upon completion of the series, students will be able to create seemingly professional audio/video packages.

The first title in the series will teach how to make a movie of a soccer game using the Apple iMovie or Windows Movie Maker applications.

Subject lessons include filming the event, transferring and organizing media, editing, simple effects, adding titles and burning to a DVD or uploading to consumer-generated content Web sites such as YouTube. Each lesson dives deep into the subject matter, covering both terminology and application use.

For more information, visit www.classondemand.net/ClassOnDemand/catalog.aspx.



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