Adding and formatting captions in a clip


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Adding and formatting captions in a clip

When we add titles to a movie, clips are automatically created for those titles, with background colors, and so on. Another option is to use a caption. A caption is text that can appear right on top of existing content, like photos or video. That's what we're going to do right now, as we continue to work with our BeachMovie. We do have two titles: one should be your name, presenting, and then in the second one, the name of the project--in this case My Beach Movie. What we're going to do is remove the second title.

Couple of ways to do that: You can click the title itself--My Beach Movie--and press Delete on your keyboard. That removes the title, but we still have the clip, which was the background. So another thing we can do is click the clip and press Delete on the keyboard, or right-click to get a pop-up menu and choose Remove from there. Now we're down to our first title, and then it's right into the video footage for our project. This is where we want the caption to go....

Adding and formatting captions in a clip
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Adding and formatting captions in a clip provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Windows Live Movie Maker Essential Training

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Video
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Windows Live Movie Maker
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