Adjusting photo duration and rotation


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Adjusting photo duration and rotation

The moment you add a photo to your Movie Maker Project, certain default attributes are assigned for you-- for example, a default duration of seven seconds. Sometimes photos will be rotated for you; sometimes they won't, if that information is not stored in the photo. So we are going to look at those two options right now, continuing with our BeachMovie. Now if we were to hover over any one of the photos here-- let's go to beach_5, which is some tracks in the sand here-- you'll notice the duration is set to 4.76 seconds.

If we move to the next one, you'll notice that duration is exactly the same, 4.76, and so on. The reason for this is we decided to make our project fit the length of the music choice we made. So in this case, all of those seven second durations were knocked down to 4.76 seconds, but we can adjust that manually. So let's go back to beach_5 and just click to select it. Now any changes we make will be applied to this one selected photo. And you might not s...

Adjusting photo duration and rotation
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Adjusting photo duration and rotation 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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