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Windows Media tutorials, this video is showing a tutorial how to change the audio of your videos.
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Hey guys! Well it’s been a while since I had uploaded a video, it’s because well we’re getting ready for Christmas and all that. But anyway, I’ll find time to grant all your requests, your suggestions and I had received quite a number of suggestions and requests. So, I am really thankful for all those who had given me such great ideas. I’ll do more videos soon and please bear with me. And this video is from– well it’s actually a suggestion or a request from iloveyummycake and it says here, “Hey, can you do a video on how to make a vid using windows movie maker? How to import pics, music and others?”
Well, it’s really a basic thing and I’m just going to show you how to change the audio of a video. So basically, you have your video or you have your movie, then we will remove the audio of that movie and then we’re going to change the audio of your video. So, let’s check it out.
Okay, so this is Windows Movie Maker, all we have to do is import a video and then import music and basically you change the audio of that video to the music that we are going to import. So, import video, select import video from movie tasks, and then, I’m going to choose real emotion from Final Fantasy XII. When you will import your file, it actually cuts your movie into clips. So, you have a bunch of clips which is quite useful because for example you want to apply an effect on only apart, you just have to drag your affect to a particular clip instead of affecting the whole video, so I think that’s pretty useful. And we wait for this to be imported, and there we go. So basically, I’m just going to choose two clips to change the audio. So, I’m doing this one and I’m just going to drag it to my timeline here. So, drag your clips to the timeline, like so and we test it.
Okay, so we’re just going to mute this audio first and to do that, I’m going to select our first clip. Go to clip, go to audio and then go to mute, same goes with the second clip. So we go to clip, go to audio, go to mute. Then we’re just going to test it if the audio is gone.
Okay, so we now import our music to basically change the audio of our video. So, I’m just going to choose a WWE theme or entrance theme from Maria. Here’s our audio, here we go and I’m just going to drag it like my video like my clips to our timeline like so. So, make sure your audio and your video are aligned in your timeline and as you can see here our music is longer then our clips. So, we can cut that, just select your audio, trim our music like so. There we go, so basically, we had just cut our music to fit our audio. But then let’s say we want it to fade out, you can click your music or select your music, right click and then fade out. So, let’s try it out.
And there you go. So basically, that’s how you change the audio of your video using Windows Movie Maker. So to all my subscribers, I really appreciate the sup, more videos to come for you. Happy holidays! Please check on my YouTube partners they’re on my channel, and also, if you have any question at all about my videos, please message me on YouTube I’ll get to them as soon as I can. There you guys have fun and see you!