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hey all,

well this is my first roxio purchase. I had only windows movie maker, and managed to create a dvd with it using just home photos and some audio clips. i've been looking for a book on roxio media creator 9, like a tutorial one. I've only found, roxio media for dummies 8 and 7. Any recomendations on how I can learn to use roxio 9. Does anyone know of any books available?

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hey all,

well this is my first roxio purchase. I had only windows movie maker, and managed to create a dvd with it using just home photos and some audio clips. i've been looking for a book on roxio media creator 9, like a tutorial one. I've only found, roxio media for dummies 8 and 7. Any recomendations on how I can learn to use roxio 9. Does anyone know of any books available?

Other than the manual that comes with the boxed version of EMC9, I don't know of any other reference/tutorial book that exist for EMC9.

 

There is a pdf version of EMC9 manual posted here.

 

For an overview of creating DVD, you may want to check out this post from the Tips and Tricks section of EMC9 forum.

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hey all,

well this is my first roxio purchase. I had only windows movie maker, and managed to create a dvd with it using just home photos and some audio clips. i've been looking for a book on roxio media creator 9, like a tutorial one. I've only found, roxio media for dummies 8 and 7. Any recomendations on how I can learn to use roxio 9. Does anyone know of any books available?

 

 

Using EMC9 VideoWave will do the trick for you AbS2Sweet. At first, just add a few of your pics, play with the transitions, adding text and text effects, timing, add your audio tracks.........play with the thing.

 

VideoWave is loaded with features to make a great show, but there isn't much around as far as "How To" other than some tips and tricks posted as malatekid said, and some posts in this section, "How To/Usability" that will help you out.

 

The rest, or most of the learning is going to have to come from you and just playing and experimenting with the thing. Fortunately, you have done one before but in a different program. At least have some knowlege as to what it is you want to do.

 

Good luck and get to experimenting. I think you will find that in no time, you are getting the hang of VideoWave.

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