Morphing is the process of smoothly dissolving between two images, so that one appears to become the other.
One image is transformed gradually into another, by physically warping prominent features of the first image onto prominent features of the second. At the same time pixel colors are cross faded between them
Video and audio come in from a video source, either a camera or VCR, to the audio and video digitizer cards inside a computer. On some systems both the audio and video digitizing functions are on one card.
Lossless The exact original data can be recovered from the compressed file. No data is lost or discarded. Lossy Some information is lost when the data is reconstructed. Throw away some of the data in an image in order to achieve better compression.
Highly saturated colors such as red or blue will reduce the overall quality of a digitized
Keep your camera movements smooth and stay away from too many pans or zooms. If you will be digitizing your video at 15 frames per second (fps) excessive camera movements may cause the shot to look jittery.