How To: Use Windows Movie Maker to edit simple videos

Use Windows Movie Maker to edit simple videos

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". John puts this title at as the very first slide on the time-line. Go to Titles and credentials and type a suitable title and then click on done. Once that is done, he moves on to put his website on his video. Go to titles and credentials and got to type your website. Make sure that the font and wrapping is fine so that the website name is a single line. You can change the color and font of the credential so that it matches to the video. Done that? Ok, next we add music to our video. Just on the title slide, click on add music and add a music of your choice. There you can see a slide appearing after the title. Just drag it to the time-line and put it on the title slide. Now just watch your finished video to see if you need any more editing. Well, your video is ready. Just save it to your computer and that's the end of it guys. Try it out for yourself and become a movie maker among your friends!!!

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