The whole process of digital film production goes beyond the actual shooting of the lens. It includes transmission, conversion, editing, and copying using different kinds of digital film processing devices. Film screenings digital films often involve the processing of video files taken directly from digital cameras. However, movies made using old media, such as 8mm films, may sometimes need to be converted into digital files first. This analog-to-digital conversion can be done through professional film studios, but it can also be done at home using digital video cameras and movie projectors. This is a basic and very simple way to convert analog movies to digital movies. All you have to do is start the analog movie using the movie projector and have the digital camera record it. This requires a quiet room with a digital camera installed next to the movie projector. Whether you\'re recreating a simulated movie or capturing a piece of the original movie, a digital camera is the main tool to start the digital movie process. These recording devices have different sizes and quality. Some are designed for home use, while others can handle heavier tasks. With some mainstream movies on TV and theater being filmed by ordinary consumer-class cameras, it doesn\'t matter what kind of cameras filmmakers use, as long as they meet the needs of film and filmmakers. Some cameras provide built-in In the video editing tool, you can add simple effects to digital movies before editing digital movies using the video editing software on your computer. Transferring digital movies to a desktop or laptop in a computer is the first step in dealing with digital movies. You can save the video file first and then convert it to a file format that can be edited using any number of video editing software. You can also transfer video files directly to DVD as DVD movies using the Firewire port and DVD burner. Your hardware must be fast enough to transfer smoothly and quickly from your camcorder, so the best way is to have a computer with at least 256 MB of RAM, CPU speeds of at least 2 GHz and hard drives with at least 5 gb of available disk space. There are a lot of video editing software for video editing software, each offering a different set of features. You should find a video editing software that will allow you to record, edit, convert, and burn digital movies. The more features video editing software has, the more creative Your task will be. Converting from one file format to another is a key feature as this will determine which devices or media you can play the finished digital movie on. The most important piece of digital film processing equipment is the CD/DVD burner. If you have a CD/DVD burner, sending a copy of the movie to a friend or a potential movie financial support provider can be done easily. You can set up multiple burners on your workstation to burn multiple copies at a time. If you burn a processed copy of a digital movie to a cd or dvd, distribution and marketing of a digital movie will be more effective. References are provided by Morguefile.