Creating/Editing a movie with Windows Movie Maker in Windows Vista

Creating/Editing a movie with Windows Movie Maker in Windows Vista

How to Creating/Editing a movie with Windows Movie Maker

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 This article is intended for those users who want to create/edit movie in Windows Movie Maker in Windows Vista. Windows movie maker is powerful video editing software and of course an interesting feature of Windows Vista.
 First of all, find a video file that you want to edit in windows movie maker. Let us consider, you have 2 clips and you want to merge or join these clips together. Also you want to add background music or even transitions to make it a professional video.

 For this purpose, open Windows Movie Maker by clicking on Start Button on the left corner of desktop window. You can also use WIN Key present on the keyboard. Go to Programs and then select windows Movie Maker.
 After the windows movie maker has opened up, click on the Import media button and select the 2 clips that you want to join and edit.

 Right click on one of the clips and select “Add to storyboard”. Follow the same procedure for the other clip.

 If you want to synchronize the audio with your clips according to your wish, position the mouse at the start/end of the audio file (2 red arrows should appear) and drag it to the desired position
 If you want to add Transitions to your clips, click on the Transitions button, select a transition and preview it. Transitions are meant to add a professional look to your video.
 You can also add Credits and titles, Narrations and other professional effects to your video.

The last step in the creation/edition of movie is publishing. Publishing is required to save the changes or the editing that you have done and save the final video.

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