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Storybuilder Option On 2009?


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I used to have Videowave 7 and when entering video editing page used to go into FILE, then

STORYBUILDER production. This put a theme introduction such as holidays or sports at the beginning

and end of the production with the film clips inserted inbetween. Is this option available with 2009???

If so, I can't find a progam similar except MYDVD.

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Is that the one from the Home app – Video=Movies tab; Edit and Transfer – Edit Video Automatically…

 

 

This reply is for both Jim Hardin and ggrussell. With video wave 7 and storybuilder editing, there was more

user interaction and flexibility than cinemagic provides. Cinemagic is too automated and does not put a concluding panel onto your production. MyDVD provides the master introduction for the production like

a main menu tab. The storybuilder option I used let you pick an introuctory theme ie sports, travel, with

preset music. Then you clicked and dragged your video clips in specific order. Then you put your closing credits

which matched the introductory theme. You could then click finish or edit production, which allowed you to edit the panels ie add music and transitions; in advanced editing mode. When this production was saved, you had the option of putting your master introduction or menu at the beginning of the dvd.

 

I know it sounds redundant, but a production theme within a production theme.

 

I have yet to find the same flexibility on Creator 2009.

 

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I used to have Videowave 7 and when entering video editing page used to go into FILE, then

STORYBUILDER production. This put a theme introduction such as holidays or sports at the beginning

and end of the production with the film clips inserted inbetween. Is this option available with 2009???

If so, I can't find a progam similar except MYDVD.

 

I just want to make sure that you aren't thinking about the wrong application. There is a slide show assistant that does what you are describing that create a slide show of images with themes. Go to the Photo tab and select "Create Slide Show". In the third step, you can edit the slide show but I don't know if you can add video in place of one of the images.

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This reply is for both Jim Hardin and ggrussell. With video wave 7 and storybuilder editing, there was more

user interaction and flexibility than cinemagic provides. Cinemagic is too automated and does not put a concluding panel onto your production. MyDVD provides the master introduction for the production like

a main menu tab. The storybuilder option I used let you pick an introuctory theme ie sports, travel, with

preset music. Then you clicked and dragged your video clips in specific order. Then you put your closing credits

which matched the introductory theme. You could then click finish or edit production, which allowed you to edit the panels ie add music and transitions; in advanced editing mode. When this production was saved, you had the option of putting your master introduction or menu at the beginning of the dvd.

 

I know it sounds redundant, but a production theme within a production theme.

 

I have yet to find the same flexibility on Creator 2009.

 

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If you open VideoWave, then choose the New CineMagic Production, choose your options, etc., and click finish, it then pulls all that into the VideoWave application, which you can edit further. You can also just create the whole thing in VideoWave, and use the vidoe clips from the CineMagic content for the beginning and ending. Would that help do what your trying to do?

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