If your voice is in the video portion of the project in Windows Movie Maker, then you can use the Speed Up, Double effect on it (up to 3 times). But, you can't speed up the Audio/Music track with the effect unfortunately.
To speed up audio, you will need to edit the file on an external audio editor before importing it into the program.
Any USB sound card that works in Windows will work with Windows Movie Maker.
If you are asking how to speed up the audio to sound like a Chipmunk, that's easy. Simply add the Speed up, doubleeffect several times to the clip. Preview to hear the results.
Try 'Sound America' for a wolf sound. (Google Sound America for the link). Audio in .wma or .mp3 format can be imported/edited in Windows Movie Maker.
You can't take the sound off the Storyboard section in Windows Movie Maker. All that type of editing has to be done in the Time-line view.
Rehanfx has many plug-in effects for Windows Movie Maker. You should check the site out to search for an echo effect:http://www.rehanfx.org/
You don't. You save it as a gif, and add sound with windows movie maker.
You can't open WMM (windows movie maker) unless you have a sound card installed on you computer and speakers (internal/external) available.(I believe that is what is being asked?)
some videos will not work with windows movie maker because they are mp4s and need to be changed to a different files to be able to edit on WMM
You can only add you voice to a project if you have the narrate feature with your Windows Movie Maker. If you are using Windows Live Movie Maker, then the feature is NOT available. If you don't have the Narrate feature available, then use your Windows sound recorder and you microphone to narrate. Create narration files (sound files) that can be imported into Windows Movie Maker. Then simply place the audio in the desired spot on the audio/music track in your project.
You have to use windows movie maker and windows DVD maker. Both comes with WIndows.
ask it politely.
You can't. Windows Live Movie Maker is a stripped-down version of 2.6. Microsoft though it would be easier for users so they came up with Windows Live Movie Maker. Unfortunately, you are missing many features that the older version had.