How to use movie maker

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How to use movie maker

  1. 1. How to use Windows Movie Maker ! • This is a tutorial slideshow to help you to follow visual step by step on how to edit your video clip using the Windows Movie Maker. I hope this will help you reduce your downtime using Windows Movie Maker using your Windows Vista operating system. • Good Luck!
  2. 2. Click on Start menu
  3. 3. Steps to go on Movie Maker • After you click on “Start” menu • Go to “All Programs” • Look for “Windows Movie Maker” • Click on Windows Movie Maker to open your program.
  4. 4. Importing your media • Import your Media by your preferred web camera or DVD camera. Your media file comes from your hard drive which is saved by your web camera software or digital camera software. It should automatically ask you where you want the media to be imported From your web camera or DVD camera.
  5. 5. Dragging your media • Click your media clip • Follow the arrow and drag it to the bottom. • Go to the next slide to see the short video.
  6. 6. Click on the screen, watch the video showing you how to drag your media.
  7. 7. Placing your media • Place your media clip in the area where you see “Drag media here”
  8. 8. Editing your media clip • You will see two circles. The first left is the beginning, Start End The second left is the ending. • You can click on that to edit your video, clipping what you want to edit.
  9. 9. Remember ! • Always save your work even you are still working every time. • Save your Project as.. By labeling to your knowledge so you can find your work later on.
  10. 10. The next slide show • When you are going to the next slide, use your mouse pointer and then click on picture and it will change to full screen showing you the visual tool how to find your Windows Movie Maker on Windows Vista.
  11. 11. Please click on the screen to view the video.
  12. 12. Good Luck! Created by Jerrod Keim University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Copyright 2010

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