Saving your movie to DVD


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Saving your movie to DVD

One very popular option for viewing the finished product of a Windows Live Movie Maker project is to save it to a movie and then burn it to a DVD that you could put into your DVD player and watch it on to your big screen, for example. And that's a scenario we are going to look at right now. Of course, you can save your movie in your desired format and use your own DVD burning software and go through the process if you're comfortable with that. But if not, Windows Live Movie Maker can take you through the process, working in conjunction with Windows DVD Maker.

So working with our By the Sea project, we can go to the Save movie dropdown on the Ribbon or click the Movie Maker tab on the Ribbon at the very top left and move down to Save movie, and on the right you'll see all of those same options, including Burn a DVD, which by default will set the display size to 720 x 480, and it will be about 21 MB per minute of video. So let's select that option, and the first step will ...

Saving your movie to DVD
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Saving your movie to DVD 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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