- 1. Edit Video+
- 1.1 How to Set Aspect-Ratio
- 1.2 Top 10 Free 3D Video Makers
- 1.3 Free After Effects Plugins
- 1.4 Top 50 Music Players
- 1.5 Add Backgrounds in iMovie
- 1.6 Top 30 Flac Players
- 1.7 Add Sound Effects in iMovie
- 1.8 How to Fast Forward in iMovie
- 1.9 Top 5 Online Video Encoders
- 1.10 Top 20 Facebook Music Apps
- 1.11 Top 30 Xvid Player
- 1.12 Edit Any Format with Virtualdub
- 1.13 How to Upload HD Videos to YouTube
- 1.14 Top 10 Free Music Video Makers
- 1.15 Top 30 Online Music Players
- 1.16 3 Easy Methods to Speed up Videos on Windows
- 1.17 Top 3 Ways to Speed up Videos on Mac
- 1.18 Best YouTube Video Speed Changer to Slow down Video
- 1.19 Increase TikTok Video Speed When Watching or Recording
- 1.20 Top 12 Android Apps to Speed up Video
- 2. Other Editing Tips and Tricks+
- 2.1 Top 5 Apple TV Troubleshootings
- 2.2 Windows Media Player Crashes
- 2.3 QuickTime Playlist
- 2.4 Windows Media Player Plug-in
- 2.5 Torrent Links to Download iMovie
- 2.6 7 Ways to Repair Windows Media Player
- 2.7 Post Music Notes on Facebook
- 2.8 Avid Media Composer Shortcuts
- 2.9 Share iMovie Video to iCloud
- 2.10 QuickTime Plug-in for Chrome
- 2.11 Add and Share iMovie to iTunes
- 2.12 Introduction to Vine History
- 2.13 QuickTime 64 Bit
- 2.14 Windows Media Player Not Working
- 2.15 How to Use Windows Movie Maker
- 2.16 Top 10 3D Video Cameras
- 2.17 Top 5 QuickTime codecs
- 2.18 Use Windows Media Player as a DLNA Server
- 2.19 What is H265
- 2.20 History of Windows Movie Maker
- 2.21 YouTube Video Editing Software
- 2.23 10 Hilarious Graduation Speeches
- 2.24 Free Online iMovie Alternatives
Guide/How-To Use Windows Movie Maker
This is a detailed tutorial on how to use the Windows Movie Maker in creating and editing your video clip. There is also other information provided as to where you can download and install the program and the specific requirements. Besides that, you'll learn about the options to either download the full suite of Windows Essential (2012), consisting of other applications or simply only the Windows Movie Maker itself. In terms of the output file format for the video that you've created, get to know more of the different file formats and how you can save or convert them to suit your playback preference. You'll watch them on the go on your mobile devices, send a copy of the video to your family or friends on an optical disc, or even upload and share it online.
Launch Windows Movie Maker
- Simply double-click on the Windows Movie Maker's shortcut or go to the Window's Start button > Type Movie Maker in the Search box > Enter. You'll then see the screenshot as displayed above.
- You can either import your media (videos and photos) files from your devices or just drag-and-drop the files onto the area provided (to the right-hand side of the interface).
Insert caption/record narration
- Click and hold the cursor on the video's timeline, then release it to where you want it to be and click on Caption. Type in your text on the preview screen and adjust the font on the ribbon bar.
- Click on Animation and select your transition style or Visual Effects to apply any of the built-in effects (simply click Apply to all if you have split scenes). You can also adjust the effect's brightness level.
Set aspect ratio
- Go to Project and select the aspect ratio you want according to your playback preference. At the same time, you have options to emphasize your video, music, or narration (with audio mix tuning).
Burn a DVD, or
- Once completed, proceed to Save a movie in order to Burn a DVD. It'll prompt up the Windows DVD Maker where you can customize the menu and preview the video before burning it onto a DVD.