Saving your movie in high definition


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Saving your movie in high definition

Once you finalize the details of your Movie Maker project and you've saved those changes, you're left with a project file. You actually haven't created the movie yet, so now it's time to save your project to a movie format, and there are many formats to choose from, including a new one in Windows Live Movie Maker for high definition. That's where we're going to start. To save your movie to any of these formats, including high definition, you have a couple of options. One option is to go to the Ribbon with the home tab selected; you'll notice the Save Movie button.

Click the bottom half of this button to see the different formats you can choose from, including the default at the top, which is the Recommended format for this project. If you hover over that, you'll see some details, 1280 x 720, for example, 72 MB per minute of video. So all of this information is important, depending on how you're going to use the end product. As we move down to the Common s...

Saving your movie in high definition
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Saving your movie in high definition 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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