Movie Maker Live Steps (Handout)

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  • 11/5/2009 Presenter: Bill Harris ETC, Armstrong Atlantic State University bill.harris@armstrong.edu GaETC 2009 - Projects That Promote Understanding: Windows Live Movie Maker
  • Movie Maker Live Steps (Handout)

    1. 1. Windows Live Movie Maker
    2. 2. Add Videos and Photos
    3. 3. How to Select Photos
    4. 5. How to Select Videos
    5. 7. The Storyboard (Video Tools)
    6. 8. The Storyboard (Home Tools)
    7. 9. Adding Video Title, Captions, and Text Formatting (Text Tools – Format)
    8. 10. Trimming Video (Text Tools – Format)
    9. 11. Adding Transitions, Pan and Zoom (Video Tools – Edit)
    10. 12. Adding Narration (previously recorded) (Home Tools – Add music)
    11. 13. Set Frame Duration (Video Tools – Edit - Duration)
    12. 14. Save project as… (Access Menu – Save project as…)
    13. 15. Save movie (Access Menu – Save movie)
    14. 16. Saving Project and Save Movie (Save project as… = .MMV Save movie = .WMV)
    15. 17. What Next? <ul><li>If you do not desire background music, you are finished. Your movie is completed! </li></ul><ul><li>If you desire background music then: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Select [Access Menu Button] </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>New project (to clear storyboard) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Select [Add videos and photos] </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Locate your “just” created movie file </li></ul></ul>
    16. 18. Adding Background Music (Add Videos and Photos – locate the desired movie)
    17. 19. Adding Background Music (Movie track is added to Storyboard)
    18. 20. Adding Background Music (Select Add music – Add music)
    19. 21. Adding Background Music (Locate the desired soundtrack)
    20. 22. Adding Background Music (Soundtrack added)
    21. 23. Adding Background Music (Select track – Music Tools – Options) Adjust Volume, Fade in and Fade out here
    22. 24. Quieting Background Music in Spots (when Step 6 is complete resave [render] movie) Step 1 – Slide to location where background music is to end Step 2 – Click on [Split] Step 3 – Slide to location where background music will begin again Step 4 – Click on [Split] Step 5 – Click on the section of soundtrack between the splits Step 6 – Adjust Volume to zero

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