Importing photos from a camera


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Importing photos from a camera

If you have photos on a digital camera that you haven't uploaded to your computer yet, you can import them directly from your camera into your Movie Maker project. We are going to do that right now using our SurfingUSA project. The first step, of course, is to connect your camera to the computer. When you do that in Windows, the AutoPlay window shows up, offering some options for importing your pictures and video. But we are not actually going to use any of these options. We are going to close that window, and we are going to import directly from Movie Maker.

So here we are with our Movie Maker project. We are going to go up to the Movie Maker tab, because that's where you're going to find Import from device. When you select this, you'll see a list of devices connected to your computer. For me, I have a scanner and what appears to be a removable disk. Under Other Devices, if your camera brand is not recognized, it may show up as a removable device-- in this case, Disk F:. Wel...

Importing photos from a camera
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Importing photos from a camera 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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