Wide topic indeed.
I also work with Adobe Premiere. For DVD, I used to work with Adobe Encore but now no. A very good tool is the media encoder but that is also where the "fun" begins.
A CALL TO CHRIS SANDERSON: Chris, if you see that thread please consider this call: that would be IMO extremely usefull if you could do a DVD on that matter, I mean video knowledge orientated to the photographers who now start to work with video. I think this is the case of many.
Just as an example, when I want to export a project with the encoder, there are so many different options, filters, compression etc...a real jungle!
Just the simple fact of converting to quicktime and I have a list of options and standards longuer than the chinese wall...it's NOT fun.
I'm sure this DVD would be successfull. I would buy it no doubt.
Or also that could be some articles numbered #1, #2 etc...
Also, the sound is hard and less familiar to us than image. Video is so complex and at the same time so wide and captivating that some material that clear many concepts would help us a lot.
Maybe in addition to the lightrooms and captures DVD, a Final.Cut or Premiere DVD. (I know it is going to be Final.cut ).
I'm evaluating now also AVID.
I think that video is really too important now in photography and that would be a great plus to the site.
And you won't have to worry about the my-gear-is-better-than-yours reactions or the-scientist-proofs-against-the-heresy and all that stuff.
It will be peacefull. Ok, it might be peacefull.