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    Making movies with photos using Windows Movie Maker

    I heard that there are options like making movies out of the photos with back ground music using Windows Movie Maker. Is it true? How to work with them?



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    asvg Array
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    Re: Making movies with photos using Windows Movie Maker

    hi friend,
    Surely you can make a movie out of your photos using Windows Movie Maker. Your photo movie can contain a combination of still photos, video clips, and audio and have fun on it.

    For this go to this website and have a clear look on it
    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/w...ke-photo-movie
    http://coe.winthrop.edu/educ275/06_R...ovie_Maker.pdf

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    Abhishek Chauhan Array
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    Re: Making movies with photos using Windows Movie Maker

    Hello.

    If you want to make movies with the photos.

    Than open the movie maker.

    Now there is a clipboard at the bottom of the screen.

    Now drag the photos on it one by one in the order you want them to appear at the movie.

    Once you are done with the photos you can select a background music for your movie.

    And do the rest.

    Once done click on complete movie.

    And your movie is made.

    -Regards

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    Re: Making movies with photos using Windows Movie Maker

    Here is the steps....
    1-open Windows Movie Maker. It needs to be installed to be able to be used.
    2-Click on it. When you get in, go into file and click on "new project", (Ctrl+n.)
    3--Hit, "Import Pictures." You will be taken to your files. Find the picture you want, and click "import", to add it to your movie. Then drag the picture onto the storyboard to add it to your movie. Repeat this step as many times as you'd like.
    4-Put your pictures in order. You may want a certain order for each picture. To do this, drag one picture on the storyboard and let go of it on another picture. The pictures will switch places.
    5-Watch your video. Edit your movie and add and/or delete pictures from it to polish it into a great movie.
    6-Add titles and credits. Title your movie by clicking on tools, and hitting titles and credits. Click on the option you want and type into the box your correct title. Do this with the credits also.
    7-Add music. Your video will look and sound great with some music. Download a song off a site, then go to "import audio or music" and search for your music, and then click "import". You can also add voices or talking to your movie. To add the audio or music to your movie, drag it into the story board.
    To view timeline mode, click on "view" and then timeline.
    9Edit. Do some more editing to your movie.

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    Re: Making movies with photos using Windows Movie Maker

    Follow these steps:
    1.Open windows Movie Maker from "All Programs"on start menu.
    2. [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Click on the "Tasks" button on the to to open the "Movie Tasks" bar on the left.
    3.Make sure the programs is in Timeline mode.You should see a place for video,audio,and title overlay.if you see horizontal line on boxes,press Ctrl +T.
    4.Under the "Capture Video" category,click "Import Video" to start uploading video files to Windows Movie Maker.
    5.Browse for and select the files that you want to include in your video.
    6.Drag the first video that you want into the "Video" area of timeline at the bottom of the screen.
    7.
    [/FONT]To cut a video file into two pieces, play the video file and pause it at the place you want to cut it. Then, click the "Split" button below the video playing area, or press Ctrl+L. You can do this either in the timeline or in the "Collections" area.
    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]8.[/FONT]To upload picture files, such as for a slideshow, click "Import pictures" and follow the same procedure. To reduce or increase the length of time a picture plays, drag the ends of the picture file in the timeline.
    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]9.To add music or other sound file,click "Import audio or music".Drag it to audo/music area of timeline.
    10.See the left sidebar for "Additional Options".
    All The Best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [/FONT]

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    Re: Making movies with photos using Windows Movie Maker

    Follow these steps:

    1.Open WINDOWS MOVIE MAKER from ALL PROGRAMS on the START menu.

    2.Click make movie icon on the desktop.

    3.Click on the TASKS button on the top open the MOVIE TASKS bar on the left.

    4.Make sure the program is in timeline mode.

    5.Under the capture video category click IMPORT VIDEO, to START uploading video files to WINDOWS MOVIE MAKER.

    6.Browse for and select the files that you want to include your video.

    7.Drag the first video you want in to the video area of the timeline at he bottom of the screen.

    8.To cut a video file into two pieces,play the video file and pause it at the place you want to cut.

    9.To upload picture files such as for slide show click IMPORT PICTURES and follow the procedure

    10.To add a music or other sound file, click "Import audio or music".

    11.To add an effect to a picture or video file, such as grayscale, film age, fade in, speed up, etc.,

    12.See the left sidebar for additional options, like adding transitions and credits.

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    Re: Making movies with photos using Windows Movie Maker

    STEP 1: Open Windows Movie Maker.

    STEP 2: Decide the theme on which you want to make a Movie. Or it is the Back Ground.

    STEP 3: Select the Photos for your Movie.

    STEP 4: Select the Music for your Movie.

    STEP 5: Arrange the Music and Photos.

    STEP 6: Add Titles and Credits.

    For More Information, click Here.

    For Flash, click Here.

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