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Windows Movie Maker tutorials, this video is showing a tutorial on how to make your videos hd.
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Hey Tube! Today I’m going to show you guys How to Make Your Videos HD Using Windows Movie Maker. Okay now the first thing we want to do is import your videos, your pictures. For this example, I’m going to use some pictures, so click Import. Alright so what you want to do is make sure these videos are in your timeline and you can start editing. Do whatever you want and once you’re done, you actually think you’re done. What you want to do is click on TOOLS, and go to OPTIONS. Alright now, what you want to do is click on the ADVANCE TAB right there okay.
Now come down where it says Video Properties. You’re going to have Video Format and Aspect Ratio. Now these are the two main important things. For Video Format, make sure its NTSC okay. For aspect ratio, make sure its 16x9. Now if you—4x3 and 16x9 okay now if you want 16x9 that’s really important. Now one know, if you’re using a video camera or a cellphone and you’re recording video and you upload it here and you’re editing, most video cameras or cellphones come by 4x3 aspect ratio. So that’s pretty small if you upload that to YouTube. If once you upload that to YouTube, you’re going to see black borders all around the video which means that the videos pretty small and if you still going to get watch in HD but it needs to be at least 16x9 if you want your video to be full screen on YouTube, okay. So that’s why we’re selecting 16x9. Once you do that you want to click OK and you can continue editing if you want. Once you’re done editing, you want to click this computer okay.
Alright now file name, name it whatever for this example. I’m just going to name it HD testing pictures. Alright now select your DESKTOP, click NEXT. Alright now, what you want to do is click on more settings, select that and there as you drop down menu click that and you want to select Window Media HD720P, 5.9 Mbps okay select that, that’s really important, click on PUBLISH. Alright now it shouldn’t take too long to upload publish or encode, just wait for that. Alright guys so if you want to check your movie if it work, okay so if you want to watch your video play, check that and if you don’t, unchecked it. Once you’re done just going to check in it and click finish alright.
So your video should look something like this alright there’s mine so make sure it’s the right proper format and everything. Okay now what you want to do is open your internet browser and you want to go YouTube.com. Okay once you’re on YouTube, you want to click on browse and you want to upload your video so look for your video. There is mine upload it there. Click on UPLOAD VIDEO and name your video and everything and click SAVE CHANGES and just for it to upload. I’m going to cancel this.
So yeah that’s basically it, everything should work fine. If you have any problems, feel free to contact me and I’ll help you out. Thank you guys for watching, have a nice day, bye-bye.