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How To: Compress a video file in Movie Maker

Do you want to compress your video files less than five times the size while keeping the same quality? If yes, then this video shows you how. By compressing video files you can save a lot of space. Then, it can be easily burned to a DVD or even uploaded to a file-sharing website. To do the compression, you need to use Windows Movie Maker software. Open the video file in Windows Movie Maker. Now, move all the clips into the story board. Open the option "Save to computer". Now, Windows Movie Ma...

How To: Apply the stabilize video effect for Movie Maker

In this video tutorial solving time techs you how to apply the stabilize video effect before editing in movie maker. Download and install Virtual Dub from the link in the description and download the deshaker filter also from the link provided. Extract the filter into the virtual dub folder as shown and open the video in Virtual Dub. Compress the video using the DivX codec which can be downloaded for free from divx.com. Apply the filter by selecting the deshaker filter and change the source p...

How To: Make HD video with Windows XP's Movie Maker

Learn to make HD Video With Windows XP's Movie Maker with this video tutorial. First, go to PapaJohn, there is WMV-HD at the left hand side of the screen. Expand that and click on the Introduction, then 1280*720 link. Download begins, save file on you hard drive. It has to be in the movie maker directory. It is in Program Files - Movie Maker - Shared Link. File must be added in the folder Profiles. Put it there, and if you don`t have such folder, create it. OK, we can start movie maker and ma...

How To: Add permanent subtitles to AVI movie files

Adding subtitles to a movie is super handy. That's because whether or not you speak English it can be hard to hear exactly what a movie star is saying. He could have a thick accent, or maybe the volume on your computer just sucks and everything comes out muffled. For times like these, subtitles help combat the confusion.

How To: Create a movie or podcast in Windows Movie Maker

Windows Movie Maker is the basic video application included with Windows XP. Learn how to use Windows Movie Maker to create a movie with transitions, effects, background music, and voice over narration. If you have never made a podcast or simple movie before, this series is a great way to get started without needing additional software if you have a Windows XP OS.

How To: Chroma key in Windows Movie Maker

This software tutorial shows you how to chroma key in Windows Movie Maker. Chroma keying requires having green screen video footage. Once you have footage you can use the chroma key effect tools in Windows Movie Maker to put subjects in different background. See how easy it is to chroma key in this tutorial.

How To: Use Windows Movie Maker

This 3 part Movie Maker tutorial explains all the main functions of Movie Maker and how to use them. Part one starts with importing video clips, editing clips, adding video effects and transitions, etc. Part two covers basic sound control, adding titles and credits, and putting in overlay credits. Part three shows you how to take a pile of pictures and music and instantly create a musical montage.

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