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Picture Yourself Making Creative Movies with Corel® VideoStudio Pro™ X4 by Marc Bech

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Scanning Your Content

NOW THAT YOU HAVE YOUR hardware connected and you’re ready to scan/capture, it’s time to prepare the software and begin the process of getting your content into the Wizard for your DVD.

I’ve discussed this previously, but it bears repeating. Scanning your content in the DV-to-DVD Wizard is different from actually capturing it. Scanning just notes information about scenes so you can decide if you want to capture individual scenes, and it displays that information for you. After you decide which scenes you want, Capture records the full scenes into memory to output to your DVD. Therefore, capturing in the Wizard is actually a two-step process.

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In VSX4, click on the Tools menu and select DV-to-DVD Wizard from the drop-down ...

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