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Windows Movie Maker User Guideby Nicholas OppmanIf you are making a video for a project in one of your courses, Windows Movie Maker is oneoption you have available to you. Windows Movie Maker is a video editing software can createand videos. Windows Movie Maker can take videos, pictures, and sound files and compile theminto one video. Windows Movie Maker is available on most Windows computers at Penn Stateand is also available for free for Windows 7 and 8 on Microsoft’s website. Since making a videomay seem daunting if you do not have experience with it, this guide will show you the process ofmaking a video. While using Windows Media Maker, make sure your computer has speakers oruse headphones to watch the progress of your video. This guide is organized into three steps:adding files, editing, and compiling. The editing step is organized into smaller guides that willhelp you edit your video.WarningUsing copyrighted music or videos in your video may cause your video to be taken down orother you may face other legal actions. For more information about fair use policies, ts/copyright fairuse.html#fair-use.NoticesIn this guide, a step that has a letter preceded by a number means that it is a sub-step and you canpick which sub-step you want to do.Save your work frequently and have a backup files in case of an event that causes you to lose thework that you have done.Table of Contents1.2.3.4.Introduction .1Table of Contents 1Adding Files to Windows Movie Maker .2Editing the Video 3a. Editing the time of the video . .4i. Procedures for editing the time of videos .4ii. Procedure for editing the time of pictures 6iii. Procedure for editing the time of sound .6b. Adding slides . .7c. Adding animations .9d. Adding visual effects .9e. Using Themes .105. Compiling the finished video and publishing it online .1

Adding Files to Windows Movie MakerFigure 1: Windows Movie Maker InterfaceThe first step to making a video is to add files to Windows Movie Maker. These files can bevideo, pictures, or sound files. Windows Movie Maker can support multiple extensions forvideo, pictures, and sound files. This guide will be using a sample of each to help explain theprocess of making a video. There are multiple ways to add files and this guide will detail eachone.Step 1: Gather files that you will be using in your video.Step 2: Add video or picture files to Windows Movie Maker.Step 2a: Left-click on “Add videos and Pictures” and double-click the left mousebutton on a video file or picture.Step 2b: Left-click on “Click here to browse for videos and photos” (shown in Figure 1)and double-click the left mouse button on a video file or picture.Step 2c: Find the location of the files you are using and drag the files into the Storyboardby left-clicking on the file once and then clicking the left button again but notreleasing and dragging it into the box with the words “Click here to browse forvideos and photos.”Step 3: Add sound files to Windows Movie Maker.NoticeYou can only add sound files after adding a video or a picture file. You can only use sound inareas where there is already a video or picture.Step 3a: Left-click on “Add videos and Pictures” and double-click the left mouse2

button on a video file or pictureStep 3b: Find the location of the files you are using and drag the files into the Storyboardby left-clicking on the file once and then clicking the left button again but notreleasing and dragging it into the box with the words “Click here to browse forvideos and photos.”Step 4: Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until you add all the files that you need for your video.Figure 2: StoryboardStep 5: Organize the picture and videos in the order you want by dragging the blocks in the storyboard (Figure 2) . Drag the music blocks to the time you want them to start.Step 6: Save your work by left-clicking the floppy disk in the top left corner of the WindowsMovie Maker interface.Editing the VideoNow that you added files to your video, it is time to edit it. This is the lengthiest part of makinga video as it is the most tedious. This guide will show you different procedures to edit the time,to add transitions, to add animations, and to add effects. These procedures can be done in anyorder but it is recommended that you edit the time first so it does not interfere with the otherprocedures. While doing these procedures, watch the video to the left of the storyboard so youcan see add these procedures at a specific time. As a reminder, save your video once you finishyour procedure.3

Editing the time of videos, pictures and soundThis procedure is for removing unwanted parts of the video by cutting video out, changing howlong a picture appears, or cutting parts of sound out. There are several ways to remove videodepending on what you want to remove from the video. These actions and actions related topictures and sound are in this procedure.NoticesRepeat each of the following actions until you are satisfiedWhile doing this procedure, watch and listen to the video to see when you want to make achange.Figure 3: Controls for the videoFigure 4: The wiperFigure 5: Tools to edit the video (under the Edit tab)Removing video before a specific timeStep 1: Determine the part of the video you want to remove by playing the video and stopping atthe time you want to remove (using the controls in Figure 3) or move the wiper to thespecific time you want to remove (shown in Figure 4).Step 2: Left-click on “Set start point” (shown in Figure 5) or right-click on the storyboard andleft-click on “Set Start point.”Step 3: Save your work.Removing video after a specific time4

Step 1: Determine the part of the video you want to remove by playing the video and stopping atthe time you want to remove (using the controls in Figure 3) or move the wiper to thespecific time you want to remove (shown in Figure 4).Step 2: Left-click on “Set end point” (shown in Figure 5) or right-click on the storyboard andclick on “Set end point.”Step 3: Save your work.Removing video between two specific timesStep 1: Determine the starting part of the video you want to remove by playing the video andstopping at the time you want to remove (using the controls in Figure 3) or move thewiper to the specific time you want to remove (shown in Figure 4).Step 2: Left-click on “Split” (shown in Figure 5) or right-click on the storyboard and left-click on“Split.”Step 3: Determine the end part of the video you want to remove by playing the video andstopping at the time you want to remove move the wiper to the specific time you want toremove.Figure 6: Removing a section from the videoStep 4: Delete the section between the sections you want to keep (shown in Figure 6) buy rightclicking the section and left-clicking “Remove.”Step 5: Save your workRemoving video before and after two specific times (Trimming)Step 1: Play the video and stop (using the controls in Figure 3) or move the wiper (shown inFigure 4) to the portion of the video that you want to trim.Step 2: Left-click “Trim” (shown in Figure 5).Figure 7: Trimming WipersFigure 8: Trimming time controls and save button5

Step 3: Determine the section of the video that you want to keep.Step 3a: Move the wipers (shown in Figure 7) to the start time of the section and the endtime of the sectionStep 3b: Set the “Start point” and “End point” using the controls in Figure 8.Step 4: Left-Click on “Save Trim” (shown in Figure 8).Step 5: Save your work.Changing the time of a pictureStep 1: Determine how long you want a picture to stay on the screen.Figure 9: Control for time of picture (under the Edit tab)Step 2: Using the control in Figure 9, set the time for how long a picture stay on the screenStep 3: Save your work.Changing the time of a sound fileStep 1: Determine the part of the sound file you want to get rid of.Step 2: Left-click on the sound file you want to edit.Figure 10: Controls for editing a sound file (under Options Tab)NoticeYou can only edit the time of a sound file after left-clicking it.Step 3: Set the starting point of the sound file by moving the wiper and left-clicking “Set startpoint” or by entering the specific time in the control “Start point.”Step 4: Set the ending point of the sound file by moving the wiper and left-clicking “Set endpoint” or by entering the specific time in the control “End point.”Step 5: Save your work.6

Adding slidesIn your video you may want to add an opening title, credits, or additional slides. This procedurewill show you how to add these slides, edit how long they will appear, and edit the text on them.NoticeTo add a slide in your video, follow the guide for adding an opening title but move the wiper tothe time you want the slides to appear.Adding an opening title and creditsStep 1: Move the wiper (shown in Figure 4) to the beginningof the video.Figure 11: Opeing title and creditsStep 2: Left-click on “Add title” (the top box in Figure 11).Figure 12: Title screenStep 3: Left-click in the text in Figure 12 and type the text you want.Figure 13: Time control for the title screenStep 4: Set the time that the title screen will appear in the video using the control in Figure 13.Figure 14: Effects optionStep 5: Windows Movie Maker offers different type of effects for title screens. Using the control7

in Figure 14, pick the effect you want for your title screen.Step 6: Repeat Steps 2-5 for additional title screens.Step 7: Left-click on “Add credits” (the bottom box in Figure 11).NoticeLeft-clicking the arrow in Step 7 will give additional options for “Director”, “Staring,” and“Location” credits.Figure 15: Credits screenStep 8: Left-click in the text in Figure 15 and type the text you want.Figure 16: Time control for the credits screenStep 9: Set the time that the title screen will appear in the video using the control in Figure 16.Figure 17: Effects optionStep 10: Using the control in Figure 17, pick the effect you want for your credits screen.Step 11: Repeat Steps 7-10 for additional credits screens.Step 12: Save your work.8

Adding animationsWhile you make your video, you might want to add animations between to portions of video orpictures so the transitions are not as abrupt. You might also want to add animations so videozooms in onto a certain spot in the video. This procedure will show you how to add animationsto video and pictures and edit how long these animations will appear.Step 1: Determine where you want to add a transition and move the wiper (shown in Figure 4)to the portion of the video or picture that you want a transition in.Step 2: From Figure 1, left-click the “Animations” tab.Figure 18: Animations optionsStep 3: Choose the animation you want from either the “Transitions” or “Pan and zoom” optionsshown in Figure 18.Step 4: Set how long the animation will appear using the “Duration” control.Step 5: Repeat steps 2-4 for additional animations.Step 6: Save your work.Adding visual effectsWindow Movie Maker also gives you the option of adding video effects to your video. Theseeffects include black and while, fades, motions, and mirror. This procedure will show you howto use visual effects in your video.Step 1: Determine where you want to add a visual effect and move the wiper (shown in Figure 4)to the portion of the video or picture that you want an effect in.Step 2: From Figure 1, left-click the “Visual Effects” tab.Figure 19: Visual Effects optionsStep 3: Choose the animation you want from the “Effects” options shown in Figure 19.Step 4: Repeat steps 2-3 for additional effects.9

Step 5: Save your work.Using themesWindows Movie Maker gives you the option of using themes for your video. Themes arepremade sets of slides, transitions, and visual effects. Themes are located under the “Home” taband options are listed as “AutoMovie Themes.” Themes will not edit the time of the video.After selecting a theme, follow the instructions for editing time, slides, animations, and visualeffects to edit the theme so the theme’s effects fit your video.Compiling the Finished Video and Publishing it OnlineFigure 20: Finished videoAfter you finished editing the video, you are ready to compile and post it to a website. Thisguide will now show you how to compile the video and post it to YouTube. For your video, youcan post your video to any site depending on what your professor wants or the size of your video.Step 1: Save your work.Step 2: Left-click on the “Project” tab and choose ratio of your video(shown in Figure 21).Figure 21: Ratio controlNoticeTo avoid black bars on the side of your video when you post it online, choose “Widescreen(16:9)” as your aspect ratio.Step 3: Left-click on the arrow under “Save movie” (under the “Home” tab) and choose “Forcomputer.”Step 4: Save the file to a location on your computer that you will remember.Step 5: Wait for the movie to save.Notice10

Once it finishes saving, your movie is complete. The following steps will show your how tosave the video to YouTube. If you want to publish it on a different site, go to their website andfollow their instructions.Step 6: Log onto YouTube by left-clicking the bluehead in Figure 22.Figure 22: Log in and upload buttonsStep 7: Left-click “Upload.”Figure 23: YouTube upload interfaceStep 8: Left-click on the white arrow in Figure 23, locate your movie, and double left-click it orlocate your movie and drag it to the arrow.Step 9: Wait for the video to process and then left-click “Publish.”If you followed these instructions, your completed video will now be online for others to view.11

Windows Movie Maker User Guide by Nicholas Oppman If you are making a video for a project in one of your courses, Windows Movie Maker is one option you have available to you. Windows Movie Maker is a video editing software can create and videos. Windows Movie Maker can take videos, p

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