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Hey there! This time I just want to show you guys how you can make your videos or clips look older and this with the use of Windows Movie Maker. I know I had already did a video about speeding up videos using this particular software and this time we’re going to try a different effect and it’s by making our videos look older.
So, for instance you have a video, so in my case I have kingdom hearts intro so you import your video like so and then you just choose whatever video you have and these are the formats available and then you load it to Windows Movie Maker like I had done and I’m just going to choose nine clips to quickly show you the effects that I’ll be talking about.
So, I guess I’ll select these nine clips. So, all you have to do is select them and then drag them to your timeline, like so. So our clips are now in the timeline and then we go to this bar here and go to video effects and then we’re going to choose the effects film age older and film age oldest. So first stop is film age old, so all we have to do is select film age old then drag it to our first three clips.
Next, is film age older so I’m going to drag it to our next three clips and another one here and last and finally not the least is film age oldest, so it will make our videos or our movie look really old. So, after we’ve finished that, we go to file and then save movie file or hit Control P like so, and then I’ll save it to my computer, hit next and I’m going to rename this asking them because it is a kingdom hearts video. So, I’ll hit next. Best quality for play back okay and hit next. And then, we wait for a movie to be finished and in a minute now, hit finished and I’m going to show you what I had just created and I’m just going to minimize this, so this is our movie and I’m going to play it with Windows Media Player and I’m just going to repeat that.
And there you go. So, that’s how you make your videos look older with the use of Windows Movie Maker. So, thanks for watching this video, I hope you check out my channel and I have other videos that might interest you and of course my YouTube partners check their channels as well and they have some cool tutorials you might find interesting. So, to all my subscribers, thanks for subscribing and I hope you would like my future videos including this one. So, thanks for watching this video and as always, have fun.