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The quality of your final movie depends on the quality of the captured source material. Because of this, choosing an appropriate value for the Setting options is important. A …good rule to follow is to record your videos or movies by using the Medium quality or High quality settings. Remember, if you want to reduce the file size, you can always save the resulting movie at a lower quality setting after you have recorded it into Movie Maker. The different Setting options you can choose from in Movie Maker affect the following aspects of the video and sound you record: • The display size of your movie when your end user watches it in Windows Media Player. • The number of video frames per second. • The video bit rate, which is the speed at which the video in your movie streams. • The quality of the audio in your movie. • The audio bit rate, which is the speed at which the audio in your movie streams. For example, if you record your movie using the Medium quality or High quality settings, the video displays as 320 pixels by 240 pixels in both profiles; however, the High quality setting captures 30 frames per second (fps), whereas the Medium quality setting only captures 15 fps. In general, the smoothness of motion in your video increases with the number of frames per second. Also, the audio quality will be greater with the High quality setting because the audio bits stream at a higher rate than they do with the Medium quality setting. Remember, the video and sound quality of the final movie you create in Movie Maker directly depends on the quality of the original recording.
To change a Windows Movie Maker file into a .wmv, all you need to do is Publish/Finish the project in the program. Click on the Windows Movie Maker How-To link posted in the… Related links section below for instructions on how to Publish/Finish your project.
The only way to change a Windows Movie Maker project file (with the file name extension of MSWMM) is to Publish/Finish the video in the program first. Publishing/Finishing t…he project exports video and audio properties, automatically converting them to a Standard Viewing Format (such as .wmv), which is an acceptable format for uploading onto Photobucket, YouTube, etc.
You can't change a .wma to a .mp3 file using Windows Movie Maker. You need an Audio Converter to do that. During the Publishing/Finishing process Windows Movie Maker automat…ically converts audio into .wma files. It does not allow you to choose any other audio format. Google: Free Audio Converters and download one online. Install the converter and follow the instructions for conversion. In your case, you want to make sure the Output Source Format selected is .mp3.
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.
You have to Publish/Finish/Save your WMM (Windows Movie Maker) video first before you can convert it to an .avi file. To Publish/Finish/Save your WMM project: … > With your project in the Time-line view of WMM > 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 > Click Next > Select option: Best quality for playback on my computer (recommended) > Click Publish or Finish (depending on your WMM version) Once the video is Published/Finished you can convert it to an .AVI using a video converter. Free video converters are available online. Simply Google: free video converters.
Yes, you can change the speed of media in your Windows Movie Maker project. > Click on Effects > Scroll down to Speed up, Double, or Slow down, Half > Dr…ag the effect ONTO the clip (in Storyboard view) This particular effect can be added to each clip several times. Click Play in the Preview pane to see results. Hint: Keep adding the effect until you achieve the speed you are looking for.
There is no way to change the language in Windows Movie Maker. You have to download a version of the program that is in the language you want to use.
You need an Audio Converter to do that. During the Publishing/Finishing process Windows Movie Maker automatically converts audio into .wma files. It does not allow you to ch…oose any other audio format. Google: Free Audio Converters and download one online. Install the converter and follow the instructions for conversion. In your case, you want to make sure the Output Source Format selected is .mp3.
Yes, you can make Quicktime video compatible in Windows Movie Maker by converting the video to one of these file name extensions (formats): .asf, .avi, dvr-ms, .m1v,… .mp2, .mp2v, .mpe, .mpeg, .mpg, .mpv2, .wm, .wmv
I think you have to download Windows Movie Maker in the desired language. Though I am not 100% sure, I don't know of an integrated option/feature that allows you to change the… language.
You can't do that on Windows Live Movie Maker (or any other version). Windows Live is an Essentials product which is a stripped-down version of the original program for XP and… Vista. The program is limited feature-wise. Your only recourse is to use an external audio editor prior to importing it into Windows Movie Maker.
How do you change the language on Windows Live Movie Maker and not windows movie maker windows LIVe movie maker?
Download the program again. This time in the language you need.
Make sure you have Published/Finished your Windows Movie Maker project file first. Once you have done that, download and install an audio converter on your computer. Use the c…onverter to convert the .wma audio file (produced by Windows Movie Maker) into a .mp3.
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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.
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.