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Hi everyone, this is the tutorial on Windows Movie Maker. To get to Windows Maker you don’t have to download it. It should be already on your Windows computer.
You’re going to go to your “Start Menu”, “All Programs”, “Accessories” and it should be in the bottom of the list and it says, “Windows Movie Maker”. Now I already have my Windows Movie Maker up and here is my six items. I imported a video, you just browse for the video off of your computer. Now I have six different clips here and I've already direct my video timeline. I will give you a little preview of it. One of them is my little logo at the beginning of all my videos and then it plays the rest of the one in the video. It is slow because I am recording right now.
So I have six different clips on the timeline here and what I'm going to go ahead and do with these is—well if I could I want to do since this is a tutorial I'm going to show you a few tricks. If you import pictures you can also put pictures in here or you can import an audio or music. What you do is it will show up in your collections, drag and drop it into your audio and music under here. So the audio and music will play while your video—which I think is pretty cool.
But what we’re going to go ahead and do here—I'm going to go to “File” if I push “Save Project As” I will save it as a Windows Movie Maker project file. You’re just going to push save to my computer and you're going to push next, you’re going to name it whatever you want. I’ll just call it Vista View with logo. I’ll save it to my desktop and then I'm going to push the next button and under best quality—it’s going to tell me it’s going to be about 23 megabytes. I'm fine with that. it does take a while to render my day ad, but it is all worth it.
I'm going to do more tutorials on Windows Movie Maker, so stay tune for more. It’s taking a while especially while I'm recording. It should take an average of 30 minutes to render maybe not even 20 megabyte video. That’s the tutorial on Windows Movie Maker. I’ll make more I hope you watch more.