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How do you change the color of the video transitions in Windows Movie Maker?
Rehanfx.org has effects and transitions you can download, but the process is difficult (in my opinion). There is a video tutorial I found that has a gentleman who guides you t…hrough the rehanfx download process (in search of the Clone Effect) that might help. You can check out the tutorial at this URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1R_uCov2fRg Otherwise, there are a few downloads that are a bit easier to download from at this URL: http://movies.blainesville.com/2007/02/custom-speed-effects-for-movie-maker-xp.html
you just save the movies that you made on movie maker as save movies ** A WMM project is still in "unfinished" form(.MSWMM)and can only be viewed/edited in Windows Movie …Maker. ** A PUBLISHED/FINISHED WMM video is the "finalized" format. Before you can view your WMM (Windows Movie Maker) project on a media player, send it by email, or upload it anywhere, you first need to PUBLISH/FINISH the WMM project. This finalizes the project by means of "mixing down" audio/video properties. Note: The videos file name extension (or Properties) will automatically be changed to the .wmv (for computer playback) or other extension depending on the saving option. To Publish/Finish your WMM project: > With your project in the time-line view of Windows Movie Maker > Click on View and Tasks, to open the task pane > Under Publish to ---- (Windows Vista v2.6) > Under Finish Movie (Windows Xp v2.1 ) > Choose - This computer > Name the movie and select a destination to save it in --- (Choose/make a folder to save it in that you can access easily) > Click Next > Select option: Best quality for playback on my computer (recommended) > Click Publish or Finish (depending on your WMM version) When the video is published/finished, you should be able to find it in the folder you saved it in. Click on it and it should open up in the media player you use.
Video formats (file name extensions) in Windows Movie Maker are automatically changed/converted to .wmv format during the Publishing/Finishing process. If you wish t…o to save the published/finished video in another format other than .wmv, then you will need to Publish/Finish the video again.
To change the credit text color in Windows Movie Maker: > Once you've got your credit text placed, click on change the text font and color > Click the 'A' butt…on below the word Color > A color menu appears. Choose a color, then click Ok.
Videos for Windows Movie Maker have to be Imported into the program. And too, the video has to be in one of the following file formats compatible with the program: .…asf, .avi, dvr-ms, .m1v, .mp2, .mp2v, .mpe, .mpeg, .mpg, .mpv2, .wm, .wmv
Transitions can be added to your Windows Movie Maker project in the Storyboard view of the program. The space between each clip in the project is where Transitions a…re to be placed. Simply choose a transition from the Transitions menu and drag its icon to the box between clips. If you want to add 'extra' Transitions to your Windows Movie Maker application, you can find them online. Search: Windows Movie Maker Transition downloads.
WMM (windows movie maker) is a very basic video editing software application with limited features. While you can change the background on media in purchased video e…diting programs (like Magix Movie Edit Pro for example), you can't do that with WMM. All edits for background images must be done prior to importing into WMM. :(
All media (including video) has to be Imported into Windows Movie Maker. Click on the Import Media button on the top menu bar. Locate the video you want to include in the proj…ect and click Import. The video should appear in the Imported Media viewing pane (and collection folder). Then drag the video into the Time-line or Storyboard view of the program.
when you're done editing you look to the left side of the screen , you'd see three different set of tasks to perform, under the third set of tasks u'd see the option to save t…o computer. You click on that option and the rest is just basic on screen instructions you have to follow. It's as simple as that.
I'm not sure whether these are free downloads (or cost $$), but they are reliable from what I am hearing through the grapevine: http://www.windowsmoviemakers.net/Tut…orials/AddOns.aspx
What do you do when after uploading the movie file from Windows Movie Maker and the video coloring is completely wrong?
There isn't any feature for visual video adjustments in Windows Movie Maker unfortunately. The program is very basic with limited features. Sorry.
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I'm not sure what you mean by changing the size, so I am going to assume you want a smaller file size. To do that, select the desired format size when Finishing/Publishing the… video. Windows Live Movie Maker gives you the option of size (example: for email, ect.) If you are attempting to change the screen dimensions of your video, it can't be done in the program (as far as I know). That feature is available on other applications you can purchase, but not Windows Movie Maker.
For those, you would have to use a video conversion tool. There are lots of them online, without any download. But, if you would prefer to download one, that is also very fine….
Windows Live Movie Maker is a stripped-down version of Movie Maker 2.6 and is not capable of converting language. Even the earlier versions can't do that. All video editing sh…ould be done in an external editor prior to importation.
First you have to mute the video's audio in Windows Movie Maker. Once the audio portion of the Video is muted, you can import and drop the desired audio you want to use into t…he Audio/Music track.
To change the transition length, click on Tools, Options, Advanced tab. Use the up/down arrow beside Transition Duration to change the length of time the transition lasts.