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HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full version): How to Capture, Edit and Burn HD Videos


How to Create Professional-Looking DVDs with HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full version)




Do you have a lot of videos and photos that you want to turn into DVDs? Do you want to create discs that are compatible with any player and have stunning quality? Do you want to customize your discs with personalized menus, titles, music, effects, and more? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might be interested in HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full version).




HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full versio)



HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full version) is a disc authoring and burning software that lets you do more with your standard or high-definition digital media. It is a software developed by Corel, a company that specializes in graphics, video, and photo editing software. It is a part of the DVD MovieFactory series, which started in 2001 as Ulead DVD MovieFactory. The latest version, DVD MovieFactory 7 Plus, was released in 2008 and rebranded as HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full version).


In this article, we will show you how to use HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full version) to create professional-looking DVDs with your own videos and photos. We will also explain the features, benefits, and drawbacks of this software and help you decide if it is worth your money.


Step 1: Download and Install HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full version)




The first step is to download and install HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full version) on your Windows PC. You can buy the software from the official website or download a free trial version for 30 days. The download version costs $79.99 and the boxed version costs $89.99.


To install the software, you need to have a Windows XP SP3/Vista/7/8/10 operating system, a minimum of 1 GB RAM, and 30 GB hard disk space. You also need to have a DVD burner or a Blu-ray Disc burner if you want to create HD discs.


Once you have downloaded the software, run the setup file and follow the instructions on the screen. You will need to enter your serial number or activate your trial version. You will also need to register your product online to get updates and support.


Step 2: Capture Video from Any Device




The next step is to capture video from any device that you want to use for your DVD project. You can capture video from any source, such as HDV, AVCHD, or Blu-ray Disc camcorders using tape, disc, hard drive or memory card. You can also capture from analog devices like VCRs or TV tuners.


To capture video from any device, launch HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full version) and click on the Capture tab. You will see a list of available devices on the left panel. Select the device that you want to use and click on Start Capture. You will see a preview window on the right panel where you can monitor your video capture.


You can adjust the capture settings such as format, quality, duration, file name, etc. by clicking on the Options button. You can also use the controls below the preview window to pause, stop, or resume your capture.


When you are done capturing your video, click on Stop Capture and save your file to your desired location.


Step 3: Edit Your Video with Titles, Music, and Effects




The third step is to edit your video with titles, music, and effects. You can use the new Edit Room feature of HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full version) to add polish to your videos.


To edit your video with titles, music, and effects, launch HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full version) and click on the Edit tab. You will see a timeline where you can drag and drop your video files. You can also import other media files such as photos or music by clicking on the Import button.


You can trim, split, merge, rotate, crop, and enhance your videos by using the tools above the timeline. You can also add transitions between clips by dragging them from the Transition Library on the right panel.


You can add titles to your videos by clicking on the Title button above the timeline. You can choose from various title styles and customize them with fonts, colors, sizes, etc. You can also add music to your videos by clicking on the Music button above the timeline. You can choose from various music tracks or import your own music files.


You can add effects to your videos by clicking on the Effect button above the timeline. You can choose from various effects such as filters, overlays, distortions etc. You can also adjust the brightness, contrast, saturation etc. of your videos by clicking on the Adjust button above the timeline.


When you are happy with your video editing, click on Save Project to save your work.


Step 4: Create DVD Menus that Pop




The fourth step is to create DVD menus that pop with over 70 motion menu styles and cool menu transitions and filters. You can also add subtitles,


audio tracks,


slideshows,


playlists,


and more.


To create DVD menus that pop,


launch HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full version) and click on the Menu tab.


You will see a preview window where you can see how your menu will look like.


You can also see a list of available menu styles on the right panel.


Select the menu style that you like and drag it to the preview window.


You can customize your menu with text,


objects,


or buttons by using the tools above the preview window.


You can also add menu transitions and filters by clicking on the Options button.


You can create submenus for each video clip by clicking on the Add Submenu button above the preview window.


You can also create smart menus that let you skip intros or play all movies in one go by clicking on the Smart Menu button above the preview window.


You can also create menus that link to other menus or jump to specific scenes by clicking on the Link Menu button above the preview window.


When you are happy with your menu creation,


click on Save Project to save your work.


Step 5: Burn Your Disc or Save Your Project




The final step is to burn your disc or save your project.


You can burn your disc to CD,


DVD,


HD DVD,


or Blu-ray Disc with superb quality and compatibility.


You can also save your project as an ISO file or a folder for later burning.


To burn your disc or save your project,


launch HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full version) and click on the Burn tab.


You will see a list of available output options on the left panel.


Select the option that suits your needs and click on Next.


You will see a summary of your project settings and a progress bar showing how much time is left for burning or saving.


When your disc is ready or your project is saved,


you can eject it or open it in Windows Explorer.


You can also play back your disc with WinDVD 8 Player Silver,


which is included in HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full version).


Conclusion




In conclusion,


If you want to create professional-looking DVDs with your own videos and photos,


If you want to capture video from any device,


If you want to edit your video with titles,


music,


and effects,


If you want to create DVD menus that pop,


If you want to burn your disc or save your project,


You might want to try HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full version).


In conclusion,


If you want to create professional-looking DVDs with your own videos and photos,


If you want to capture video from any device,


If you want to edit your video with titles,


music,


and effects,


If you want to create DVD menus that pop,


If you want to burn your disc or save your project,


You might want to try HD Online Player (ulead dvd moviefactory 7 full version). ca3e7ad8fd


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