Importing video from a camcorder


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Importing video from a camcorder

If you have video footage on your video camera that you haven't uploaded to your computer as of yet, you can import directly from within Movie Maker. That's what we are going to do now, and the first step is to, of course, connect your video camera to the computer. And when you do, Windows will display the AutoPlay window, giving you options for importing your pictures and video directly into your computer. That's now what we want to do; we want to bring them right into our projects, so we are going to close this up, and we'll go to our Movie Maker tab.

I am still working with our SurfingUSA project. Click there and go down to Import from device. You will see the device is connected to your computer, and under Other Devices, my Canon video camera does appear as G. I am going to select it and click Import. And just like we saw when working with photos, the Import Photos and Videos wizard begins here. The first question is, do we want to be able to review, organize, and group ...

Importing video from a camcorder
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Importing video from a camcorder 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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