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Windows 7 Movie Maker

Page history last edited by Kim Fiore 10 years, 5 months ago

1. Open your photo library on your PC or where you have saved your photos.


2. Next, open Windows Live Movie Maker.



3. Gather a collection of photos on a subject (e.g., a class field trip), and create a folder for them.



4. Now drag this folder of photos to the Movie Maker Storyboard pane.

5. The photos will fill into the  Storyboard much like you would read the sequence of a comic strip.


6. Choose “Add Music” from the ribbon at the top of the Movie Maker program.



7. Select a song that fits the mood of your movie.



8. Next, click the “AutoMovie” button in the ribbon.



9. Wait about a minute, and your photos and music will automatically become a polished looking movie, complete with transitions, soundtrack, and title.


Of course, you can also take short video clips and move them to the Storyboard in Windows Live Movie Maker and create your AutoMovie

the same way.

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