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Steps to Creating a Movie Using Windows Movie Maker

Capture Video
Edit Movie
Finish Movie
There are 2 views, the Storyboard View and the Timeline View.
You are able to do more in Timeline view than you are in Storyboard view.

Capturing and Importing Video, Still Pictures and Audio
Items can be captured from a camera or from any disk drive or device connected to your computer.

Windows Movie Maker can only work with certain audio and video file formats, so be sure the video you are trying to import is in the correct format. If it isn’t, trying converting it using the website www.zamzar.com.

When you import, the items you import will show in Collections.
Editing Your Clips
It is easiest to edit your video clips in the timeline view. Select the clip you wish to edit, place your cursor where you want to split your clip, click on Split, then delete the clip you don’t want.


Arranging Your Clips

You can arrange the order of your clips, as well as the other elements of your project, by just clicking and dragging the items into the order that you want. You will do this in the project area of the screen.

Applying Effects to Clips

Select the clip you want to add an effect to. Select “View video effects.” Review the effects that appear in the center of the screen. My favorite effects are the ones that allow you to rotate the frame of the clip because I held the camera the wrong way!

Inserting a Title

Select “Make titles or credits” on the list of tasks

Select what type of title or credits you want to create
Enter the text you want to display. You can also change the font, color, background and how the title animates. Your title or credit will preview on the right side of the screen.

Recording a Voice Over
Be sure you are in timeline view. Click on the microphone on the left side of the screen. Be sure there is a microphone connected to your computer. Click on the “Start Narration” button and begin speaking. Click on the “Stop Narration” button when you are done.

The audio appears underneath the video while you are in timeline view.

Saving Your Movie
If you need to save your movie before it is finished, you will save your Project. You should always save your project before you save the movie.


























This is the Storyboard View. Think of it as the comic book view



To switch between Storyboard and Timeline view, click the option circled above.

This is the Timeline view. You are able to do more in Timeline view than you are in Storyboard view.



Capturing and Importing Video, Still Pictures and Audio

Items can be captured from a camera or from any disk drive or device connected to your computer.

Windows Movie Maker can only work with certain audio and video file formats, so be sure the video you are trying to import is in the correct format. If it isn’t, trying converting it using the website www.zamzar.com.

When you import, the items you import will show in Collections.
Editing Your Clips
It is easiest to edit your video clips in the timeline view. Select the clip you wish to edit, place your cursor where you want to split your clip, click on Split, then delete the clip you don’t want.


Arranging Your Clips

You can arrange the order of your clips, as well as the other elements of your project, by just clicking and dragging the items into the order that you want. You will do this in the project area of the screen.

Applying Effects to Clips

Select the clip you want to add an effect to. Select “View video effects.” Review the effects that appear in the center of the screen. My favorite effects are the ones that allow you to rotate the frame of the clip because I held the camera the wrong way!

Inserting a Title

Select “Make titles or credits” on the list of tasks

Select what type of title or credits you want to create















Enter the text you want to display. You can also change the font, color, background and how the title animates. Your title or credit will preview on the right side of the screen.










Recording a Voice Over
Be sure you are in timeline view. Click on the microphone on the left side of the screen. Be sure there is a microphone connected to your computer. Click on the “Start Narration” button and begin speaking. Click on the “Stop Narration” button when you are done.

The audio appears underneath the video while you are in timeline view.









Saving Your Movie

If you need to save your movie before it is finished, you will save your Project. You should always save your project before you save the movie.

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