Now that you've imported your footage into Windows Live Movie Maker, you're ready to edit it. A good first step is to trim the beginning and end points of the individual clips that will go on to make up your movie. This clip from Vimeo's excellent Video 101 series of video tutorials will teach you how to do precisely that.
Ready to edit your footage in Windows Live Movie Maker? First, you'll need to move the individual clips from your camera to your computer. This installment in Vimeo's excellent Video 101 series of covers all of the basics—connecting your camera, copying the files over and, finally, importing them into your video editor of choice.
A stop motion video simply consists of an object that is physically moved in small increments frame by frame so that when the frames are viewed in sequence, the illusion of movement is created.
Internet whores (which would be all of us by now) are quite familiar with gifs. Just like popular internet memes like LOLCats, viral gifs are short videos or slide shows sequenced together for a comical - or at least unexpected - effect.
In this clip, you'll learn how to create movies with Windows Movie Maker on a desktop or laptop computer running the MS Windows Vista operating system. For more information, including a complete demonstration of the process and detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this home-computing how-to.
In this tutorial, we learn how to use Windows Live Movie Maker. First, open up Windows Movie Maker then find the section of the software where you can upload your photos or videos. You can also drag your media into the empty white box that's on the screen. After you have uploaded your videos and photos, you will be able to edit them by splitting or trimming them how you would like. After this, you can add visual effects to the media by clicking the appropriate tab. You can also insert animati...
In order to make a card trick video, you will need the following: a YouTube account, Windows Movie Maker, Webcam Central, a computer, and your props.
This video tutorial belongs to the software category which is going to show you how to install Windows Movie Maker on Windows 7. Windows 7 RC does not come with Windows Movie Maker. However, you can download the movie maker from Microsoft site that will work with Windows 7 RC. Go to Microsoft Downloads, find the link for the Windows Movie Maker download and download it. Then run the exe file and follow through the steps to set up and install the program. After installation, the program can be...
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make stop motion animations. Begin by mounting the camera onto a stable surface position, such as a tripod. Then layout the figure to a desired position for the first frame. Now take a picture and slightly move the figure for the second frame. Continue moving the figure and taking frames until you have completed your animation. Then upload the frames onto your computer. Open the images in a movie editing program and make sure to set the picture dur...
Windows Movie Maker is a basic program that comes with windows, but it actually performs quite well. You can capture video with your webcam and import it into WMM or you can capture it in the program itself. Make sure your webcam is connected and click "Capture from video device". Click next and name the file, click next. Click best quality, then next. The start capture tab will start the recording and stop capture will cease it. Select finish when you are done. The video is then saved to the...
In this video, Hotrod2693 demonstrates how to convert a Windows Movie Maker Video to a YouTube compatible format. First of all, he starts by opening windows movie maker. He imports the windows movie maker video. Next, he drags the newly imported video file to the bottom blue line. Once in place, he goes to File-Save Video As, names the video and saves it. After this is done, he goes to File-Save Movie File. He makes sure “My Computer” is selected and clicks next. In the next screen he names h...
This Software video tutorial will show you how to use Windows Live Movie Maker to edit videos. Starting with the store board; here you can drag videos and photos or click to browse them. Click and it will open up a window with all your photos and video. On the left side is the preview window. As you scroll your cursor through the images, they will appear in this window. On top are a row of tabs. Each of the tabs is called the ribbon allowing you to select various tools. Here you can add or de...
You can edit videos in Windows Movie Maker. Movie Maker allows you to make videos. What you will want to do first is open pictures or a video that you will want to use. Select however many images or videos you want to use. Create a title and credits for this video. You can select whatever type of font and font color that you want to use. The next step you will want to do is add Audio. You can do this by looking under Tasks on the far left side of the page and add whatever audio from your hard...
John Gregory shows just how simple it is to make and edit videos using Windows Movie Maker. In you movie maker window, Just click on “Import Video” and import a video that you want to edit. Here, John takes up a video he has already created. You can see the different slides in the video. Select all the slides and drag them to the time-line and paste it there. Now you can view the slides on time-line. Next, is giving a title to the video. Here, the title used is “how to send a video mail”. Joh...
Follow along as we are shown how to make a movie in Windows Movie Maker. -To begin, open up Windows Movie Maker, if you do not have this you can download it at http://www.microsoft.com
This video illustrates how to change the pitch, speed and tempo of an audio file. The first thing you need to do search online for the website for "Audacity" or "Audacity Editor". Once you find it and get there you next need to download it and save it to a location in your computer. Next, open it and run the program. When you are done installing it and you hit the"finish" button you can select your audio and make the changes you need to it.
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...
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...
This video tells you how to make a Lego stop motion animation using Windows Movie Maker. The tutorial focuses more on how to create a stop motion film with Windows Movie Maker as the tool, and assumes you have basic knowledge of how to use Movie Maker already.
Windows Movie Maker has been part of Windows XP for sometime but very few people are fully aware of its capabilities. In this tutorial video, you'll learn how to polish your own Windows Movie Maker videos using a number of tips and tricks.
How to make a short Hand drawn animation using Windows Movie Maker.
An overview of the basic effects in Windows Movie Maker and how to use them to improve your video.
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.
This video shows you how to create basic chroma key (blue screen) effects in Windows Movie Maker. Requires a mod from http://www.wmmarchive.tk/
If you shot a video sideways with your digital camera, you may need to rotate it in order to get your video to appear right side up. Here's how to rotate that video using Windows Movie Maker
This video shows you how to export your movie after you have finished editing in Windows Movie Maker.
This video gives a short tutorial on using the timeline in Windows Movie Maker.
Movie Maker sometimes causes problems crashing or hanging when trying to save projects or files. This video shows you one way to solve this problem.
How to generate and insert censor tones into your videos using Windows MovieMaker and Audacity free audio editor.
Getting Better Quality Online video with Windows Movie Maker.
How to capture video from a camcorder, save file and then upload to YouTube using Windows Movie Maker.
Elizabeth Jones explains how to export your finished project for the web using Windows Movie Maker. You can select Windows Media low bandwith to significantly decrease the size of your movie file.
Once your video is on the Web you can share it with friends and family in an instant. Learn how to export with Windows Movie Maker so the best possible version of your video is shared.
Take control of your raw footage- learn how to capture video in Windows Movie Maker, and take the first step to editing the video into a completed project.
This video demonstrates how to watch, save and share movies with Windows Movie Maker. The video walks you through saving and compressing the movie, emailing it to another person, and posting the movie on the web.
Transform your static photos and images into an entertaining show with the slideshow feature in Microsoft's Windows Movie Maker.There are many transitions and effects you could use for your photo slideshow to make it more interesting and fun.
The difference between an effective and a boring video is tight editing. Learn the basic steps to get started editing your raw footage with Windows Movie Maker.