Creating an AutoMovie


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Creating an AutoMovie

By far the fastest and easiest way to get started in a Movie Maker project is to use AutoMovie themes, something we are going to look at right now as we start a brand-new project from scratch. If we have anything onscreen, click the Movie Maker tab, select New Project, and you'll see what I see. So let's add our videos and photos. We can do that by going right to the storyboard because we started a new project and click where it says, "Click here to browse for videos and photos." We will go to the Assets folder in Chapter3, where we do see a number of photos and a couple of videos.

We will just click inside there, and to select everything, use Ctrl+A. Notice everything is now selected, so you can click the Open button, and everything gets added in the order we saw it in the folder. Now let's scroll down near the bottom, where you will see the last two video clips. Just click the second-to-last one. So now it's the only clip that's selected, and we could drag th...

Creating an AutoMovie
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Creating an AutoMovie 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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