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    • Done by: Asma Adeeb sarah khalfan
    •  
      • Introduction (What is Movie Maker)
      • History of movie maker versions
      • Users of Movie Maker
      • When to use Movie Maker
      • How to use Movie Maker programs
      • Benefits of Movie maker
      • Quiz
      • Movie
      • References
      •   video creating application , included in   ( Microsoft windows Me, XP, and Vista )
      • contains features (   such as effects, transitions, titles/credits, audio track, timeline narration, and Auto Movie)
      • basic audio track editing program ( basic affects like  fade in or fade out) and the audio track can be exported in form of sound or video files ).
        • Windows me
        • Windows 2000
        • Windows XP
        • Windows Vista
        • Windows 7
      • The first release was included with Windows Me in   2000 , but it was not available in   Windows 2000
      • Version 1.1 was included in  XP   in  2001 .
      • While Windows 2000 does not come with Windows Movie Maker, it is still possible run the Windows Me version of Movie Maker on Windows 2000
      • If the Movie Maker program files are copied from Windows Me and transferred to Windows 2000, the application will run perfectly. This can also be done with version 1.1
      • Version 1.1 was included in Windows XP a year later, and included support for creating  DVAVI  and  WMV  8 files
      • Version 2.0 was released as a free update in November  2002 , and added a number of new features
      • Version 2.1, a minor update, is included in  Windows XP Service Pack 2 .  Windows XP Media Center Edition  2005 introduced a new version of Windows Movie Maker, 2.5, with more  transitions  and support for  DVD burning.
      • Version 6.0 of Windows Movie Maker in Windows Vista includes new effects and transitions, and support for the  DVR-MS  file format that  Windows Media Center  records television in
      • The capture wizard will create  DVR-MS  type files from HDV tapes. However, the Windows Vista version of Windows Movie Maker no longer supports importing video from an analog video source such as an analog  camcorder ,  VCR  or from a  webcam
      • Installation requires Windows Vista and is only intended for use on computers where the hardware accelerated version cannot be run
      • In Windows 7, the latest iteration of Windows, Windows Movie Maker is no longer included in favor of its counterpart  Windows Live Movie Maker , which is based on a different:
      • code
      • functionalities
      • It is offered as a free download within the Windows Live suite.
      • This method works for all versions of Windows Movie Maker including the DirectX version if a computer's hardware supports it. Windows Movie Maker 2.6 also works in Windows 7
      • The HD export features of Windows Movie Maker available in Windows Vista Home Premium and Ultimate however are available in Windows 7.
        • Media majors student
        • Employees
        • Other fields
        • Presentations
        • In some occasions (graduations and weddings)
        • Importing footage
        • Editing and output
        • Effects and criticism
      • When importing footage into the program, a user can either choose to Capture Video (from camera, scanner or other device) or Import into Collections to import existing video files into the user's collections.
      • When importing from a DV tape, if the "Make Clips on Completion" option is selected , Windows Movie Maker automatically flags the commencement of each scene.
      • That is, at each point where the "Record" button was pressed, a new "clip" is generated, although the actual recording on the hard drive is still one continuous file.
      • After capture, any clip can be dragged and dropped. Clips can be duplicated or split. Right-clicking any clip brings up the range of editing options. An Auto Movie feature offers predefined editing styles (titles, effects and transitions) for quickly creating movies.
      • Windows Movie Maker can also be used to edit and publish audio tracks. If no video or image is present, then it is possible to simply export the sound clips as a .wma file
      • The Windows Vista version includes a different set of transitions, effects and title/credits animations while dropping a few older ones. There are in all 49 effects and 63 transitions
      • They are applied by using a drag and drop interface from the effects or transitions folders. Titles and credits can be added as stand alone titles or overlaying them on the clip by adding them onto the selected clip
          • -Positive ( it is available free on any windows, operating system easy to use)
      • -Negative ( frequent crashes, freezes )
      • what is Movie Maker?
      • Who use the Movie Maker?
      • When we can use Movie Maker?
      • What are the positives benefits of Movie Maker?
      • What are the main three points to use Movie Maker?
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      • Henry, L. (2011, February 11). Top Problems with Windows Live Movie Maker 2011 . Retrieved November 25, 2011, from lehsys: http://www.lehsys.com/2011/02/top-problems-with-windows-live-movie-maker-2011/
      • Maker, W. M. (2011, November 20). Retrieved November 10, 2011, from wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Movie_Maker
      • Mascarenhas, D. D. (n.d.). Advantages And Disadvantages Of Windows Movie Maker . Retrieved October 25, 2011, from danilmascarenhas.blogspot: http://danilmascarenhas.blogspot.com/2008/03/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-windows.html
      • Russell, W. (2011). What is Windows Movie Maker? Retrieved October 20/10/2011, 2011, from presentationsoft.about: http://presentationsoft.about.com/od/powerpointfaqs/f/what_is_wmm.htm
      • What is Movie Maker? (2011). Retrieved October 22/10/2011, 2011, from steves-digicams: http://www.steves-digicams.com/knowledge-center/how-tos/photo-software/what-is-movie-maker.html
      • WindowsVideos. (2009, august 17). Getting Started Tutorial - Windows Live Movie Maker . Retrieved November 15, 2011, from youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZZij3NNyVg
      • Zafra, A. (2008, November 21). History of Windows Movie Maker . Retrieved October 22, 2011, from brighthub: http://www.brighthub.com/computing/windows-platform/articles/16044.aspx
      References