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    Adding music background using Windows media maker

    I would like to know how to add music as background using Windows movie maker. Please give me proper details on how to do that.



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    Abhishek Chauhan Array
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    Re: Adding music background using Windows media maker

    Hello,

    When you are using a movie maker.

    There is an option which comes on the right hand side.

    Which says add background audio.

    Click on that and then select the music file which you want to be played in your movie.

    -Regards

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    Re: Adding music background using Windows media maker

    Here are the steps to add background music using windows media maker...
    Step 1-Navigate to the "Capture Video" pane. Click on "Import audio or music."


    Step 2-Navigate through your folders to find the music you want to add, then click on it. Afterwards, click on "Import" to add it to the Windows Movie Maker audio collection.


    Step 3-Drag and drop the song from the audio collection and onto the video clip where you want the music to start playing. If a prompt window opens, click on "OK" to proceed.


    Step 4-Go to the "Audio/Music" bar on the Movie Maker timeline. Click on the edge of the song and drag it so that it ends simultaneously with the movie. Otherwise, extended audio continues playing even when the video concludes.


    Step 5-Right-click on the music at your timeline bar and select "Volume." Move the slider left or right to reduce or increase the volume, then click on "OK" to confirm the changes.


    Step 6-Press the "Play" button on the Preview Monitor. Repeat steps four and five to make any necessary adjustments to the music in your video.

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    Re: Adding music background using Windows media maker

    !!! HI Buddy !!!



    Follow these steps to add music--->

    • Launch windows movie maker.
    • In the movie tasks,choose panel->capture video.
    • Hit on import music or video then click on browse.
    • This will direct you to folder window.
    • Select the music that you want and hit on import.
    • Now the music will comes to audio collections.
    • Drag and drop the music or audio from collection browser to video editing area.
    • Drop it on video where you want to polish.
    • The audio will be available in audio/music timeline window.
    • You can adjust the ending of music using cursor on audio/music timeline.
    • The red two-way arrow allows you to end the music.
    • You can also avail further adjustments by right-clicking the music clip.
    • The pop-up menu allow you to adjust volume,mix audio,etc., and you can also preview it by hitting play button.

    Note :



    The windows movie maker supports only WAV,SND,AU,AIF,AIFC,AIFF,Windows Media Files and MP3.







    add-music-to-wmm1.jpg add-music-to-wmm2.jpg add-music-to-wmm3.jpg








    Watch the video below,















    !!! Thank you !!!



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    Mantu Pandit Array
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    Re: Adding music background using Windows media maker

    Dear,There are allots of Movie Maker softwares and Windows media maker is one of the most Easier Software to make the Movie. There are option are there for adding the Audio clippings and the other files adding. So Click on the Right hand side options for the adding the background Audio sound. Then click on the browse option of the Option, then search the Audio file and then add it to the Movie Clip.

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    Re: Adding music background using Windows media maker

    if you want to change background music of any movie/video click on start menu >>ALL programs>>click on Windows movie maker>>then there will an option (add background music) lick on this >>choose music file you want to add >>ok.

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    Re: Adding music background using Windows media maker

    hiii,

    making a background music for a video is simple

    open windows movie maker,and in that click on import music............

    then select your music in your hard disk and after importing it add to timeline given bottom of that window..........

    then if you want any video simply select import video and again add it to 2nd time line and dont forget to switch off the video sounds...........


    thats it the video is completed...........

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    shilpa vimala Array
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    Re: Adding music background using Windows media maker

    you want to add music using windows movie maker, rite? here is the solution.

    first open the windows movie maker.
    then click on the task button, then click on import audio or music under the capture video task.
    tour audio will be imported..

    thankuuu

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    Re: Adding music background using Windows media maker

    Follow these steps:

    1.Open START>ALL PROGRAMS>WINDOWS MOVIE MAKER.

    2.Press CTRL + O to open ADD VIDEOS AND PHOTOS.Navigate to a movie file and right-click that file to view a drop-down list.

    3. Click PROPERTIES to view POP-UP PROPERTIES.Click DETAILS to view details about the movie.

    4.Locate the value next to the length and write down the value.

    5.Click OK and close PROPERTIES.

    6.Click ADD MUSIC button to open pop-up menu.

    7.Navigate to a folder that contains music files.

    8.Right click on the song to see PROPERTIES.

    9.Click DETAILS and locate length value.If the value is less than the movie's duration click OK.

    10.Double click on the song you wish to use.Click PLAY button beneath the videoplayer.

    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!

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    Re: Adding music background using Windows media maker

    STEP 1: Click "Start" > type "Windows Movie Maker".

    STEP 2: Tap on "Home" tab and Click on "Add Music".

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    STEP 3: Navigate to the Folder which has music files. Supported Music Files are .WMA, .MP3, .WAV, .M4A, .AIFF and .AIF.

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    STEP 4: Select the File and Click "Open". Whenever the Music File has been added, it is added at the beginning of the Timeline.


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    Look at the Video,


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    Re: Adding music background using Windows media maker

    Step 1-Navigate to the "Capture Video" pane. Click on "Import audio or music."


    Step 2-Navigate through your folders to find the music you want to add, then click on it. Afterwards, click on "Import" to add it to the Windows Movie Maker audio collection.


    Step 3-Drag and drop the song from the audio collection and onto the video clip where you want the music to start playing. If a prompt window opens, click on "OK" to proceed.


    Step 4-Go to the "Audio/Music" bar on the Movie Maker timeline. Click on the edge of the song and drag it so that it ends simultaneously with the movie. Otherwise, extended audio continues playing even when the video concludes.


    Step 5-Right-click on the music at your timeline bar and select "Volume." Move the slider left or right to reduce or increase the volume, then click on "OK" to confirm the changes.


    Step 6-Press the "Play" button on the Preview Monitor. Repeat steps four and five to make any necessary adjustments to the music in your video.

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    Re: Adding music background using Windows media maker

    You can easily put background music using windows movie maker , follow the certain steps to lear it :

    1)In the Movie Tasks pane, under Capture Video, click Import audio or music. The Import File dialog box will open.

    2)Browse through your files, click the name of the song you want to use in the background, and then click Import. This adds your song to Movie Maker but does not add it to your video.

    3) Drag the song to the video clip where you want the music to start playing. If prompted, click OK.

    4) Movie Maker will show your song on the timeline. You can adjust the length of time your song plays by dragging the right edge. In the Preview Monitor, click Play to watch your movie and listen to the background music.

    5)To adjust the sound, right-click the music on your timeline, and then click Volume. The Audio Clip Volume dialog box will open. Move the slider to the left to make the music quieter, or to the right to make it louder, and then click OK.

    Hope may have understood the way to add background music .

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    Re: Adding music background using Windows media maker


    Dear User.......

    If you want to know that how to adding music background using windows media maker ...So you just see my easy and simple steps....An then try it yourself.....
    Let's have a look.....

    First of all go and just on your computer and then open the windows movie maker,And then just click on import music ..After that select your music in your hard disk and after importing it add to timeline given bottom of that window Now at the end if you want any video simply select import video and again add it to 2nd time line and don't forget to switch off the video sounds.....You are successfully done your issue ....

    ALL Done ....
    Hope you like that information....
    Thank You .......

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