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Pinnacle Studio 11 for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide by Jan Ozer

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Chapter 6. Collecting Assets in the Album

The Album is an integral component of Studio’s interface: a place for loading video, still images, and audio files—the basic assets that comprise your project—into separate, tab-selected folders before integrating them into your projects. The Album also contains transitions, titles, and menus—effects discussed in subsequent chapters.

The Album isn’t a true bin or library, like those found in many programs, that stores the imported assets in a project file. Rather, the Album simply displays the files in the currently selected directory.

The Album’s features—compared with the flexible Storyboard, bountiful transitions, and other rich features that lie beyond—are not Studio’s most impressive. However, the Album ...

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