With the increased availability of consumer video on even the cheapest mobile handsets, Corel has bundled its video-editing software with its latest digital image editor. Here, we show you how to make the most out of your home movies and favourite snaps with Corel Digital Studio 2010.
Step 7: VideoStudio's Express Edit window is similar to PaintShop Photo's. The top toolbar includes basic editing tools for trimming clips to the required length. Use the slider bars in the More Tools menu to brighten up the overall footage and to reduce shake in clips shot on a handheld camcorder.
Step 8: When you've finished and saved your work, hit the Back button to return to the Media Organiser. In the toolbar at the top of the screen you'll see a Share button. This offers options for emailing individual photos and video clips to your friends or uploading them to websites such as Facebook or YouTube.
Step 9: The Create button lets you embark on a variety of projects. In PaintShop Photo, this includes calendars, cards and photo slideshows. VideoStudio's Create option, meanwhile, focuses entirely on combining video clips to create a longer video project. Click Create, Movie to get started.
Step 10: Name your project and specify whether it will result in a standard- or high-definition video. Select a style from the bottom menu bar. A number of fun styles are available, and include background graphics, ready-made titles and soundtrack music. Alternatively, you can select a simple style.