DVE

By  SaUgEe dA uNiCorN

Intro

 There are 17 different definitions for DVE. The one I happen to be talking about is, Digital Video Editing. Have you ever made an AMAZING home video, but you accidentally caught that scene on tape when your uncle is scarfin’ down the potato salad, yea that’s not really a pretty sight. Well with Digital Video Editing you can take that scene out! LUCKILY!  Throughout this report I will tell about how it works, who can use it, and the history about it (when it was invented, etc.). 

What it is

       Have you ever heard of non-linear digital video editing? Well if you haven’t (or you have and you just don’t know what it means), you will learn what it is in this paragraph.  Non-linear digital video editing is a program in DVE that makes it so you can skip to any random part in your video, that you are editing, you want. You don’t have to fast forward or rewind to get to the part you are editing. It is really nifty!

 

       iMovie is one of the best brands of DVE. Apple has just released the iMovie 08. According to http://www.apple.com/ilife/imovie/#overview “iMovie ’08 makes viewing and working with video as intuitive as enjoying your photos.” Also with iMovie 08 your movies are just “a click” away! iMovie is supposedly very improved and helpful. Plus you can add movies to youtube, your website, etc.

History

       This paragraph will give you information on when it was invented. The very first,  non- linear digital video editing system, CMX 600, was introduced in 1971 by CMX systems which was a joint venture between CBS and Memorex. Pretty great!

 

The first DVE was a little different than today’s. It would record and play back in black-and-white. It also recorded on “skip-field” mode on modified disk pack drives that were the size of washing machines. DANG!

How it Works

       This paragraph will teach you how to use DVE! All you have to do is simply connect your camera to your Mac and work with complex edits, dazzling special effects, smooth transitions, and integrate cool sound effects! It is really great…no lie!

 

       This paragraph is about who can use it! DVE is so easy, anyone can use it! Seriously. Anyone from beginners to pro’s can use imovie/DVE! I think that is pretty cool that an 11 year old like me can use it!

Conclusion

Review main ideas. Follow up on attention-getter.

 

Bibliography

 

 

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Bibliography

Source:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-linear_editing_system

Author:

Wikipedia

Title:

Non-Linear editing system

Date of retrieval:

April 29, 2008

Brief Summary:

You can jump to random spots in a movie.

 

 

2

Bibliography

Source:

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=304769

Author:

apple

Title:

Mac 101:imovie

Date of retrieval:

April 30, 2008

Brief Summary:

beginners to pros can use imovie

 

 

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Bibliography

Source:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-linear_editing_system

Author:

wikipedia

Title:

Non-Linear editing system

Date of retrieval:

May 1, 2008

Brief Summary:

in 1971, non linear editor, the CMX 600, was intorduced  by cmx systems ( a joint venture between CBS and Memorex)

 

 

4

Bibliography

Source:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-linear_editing_system

Author:

wikipedia

Title:

Non-linear editing system

Date of retrieval:

May 1, 2008

Brief Summary:

digital video editing used to play back in black-and-white and recorded on skip field mode on modified disk drives the size of washing machines.

 

 

5

Bibliography

Source:

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=304769

Author:

apple

Title:

Mac 101: iMovie

Date of retrieval:

May 2, 2008

Brief Summary:

to use imovie all you have to do is connect your camera to your Mac and work with complex edits, smooth transitionos, and more.