How do you put a stop motion pictures together to make a video on windows movie maker?
Visit the URL posted below (copy and paste it into your address
bar). The young fellow in the video tutorial explains step-by-step
how to make stop animation video:
There are other programs that allow you to set pictures together in a frame, but Windows Live Movie Maker is not one of them. Try placing them side-by-side in an external photo editing program, then import it into Windows Live Movie Maker. That's the only way it will work. You have to remember, Windows Live Movie Maker is a stripped-down version of the v2.6 program. And even the full program can't do what you are…
If you are using Windows Live Movie Maker there is no Slow Down effect available. Only Windows Movie Maker v2.6 has this effect. I suggest downloading Windows Movie Maker v2.6 if you want to access the 'Slow down, Half' effect. (NOTE: You can have both the versions on your computer) Windows Movie Maker v2.6 for Vista/Windows 7: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=D6BA5972-328E-4DF7-8F9D-068FC0F80CFC&displaylang=en
A stop motion is where you have an object and you move it little by little, taking pictures every movement. When you put the pictures together, it looks like the object is moving by itself. Here's how to make your own stop motion movie. You Will Need: -An Object -A Camera -Something to balance your camera on (a tripod is best) Take your object and move it very slightly. Then take a picture. Then do…
Once you have made your DVD in movie maker . is there a way to get the pictures in the movie back as JPEGs... I lost my original files and would like to extract the pictures from a movie maker DVD?
Yes. You can import the video back into Windows Movie Maker again (as long as it is in the correct format for the program) and extract pictures from frames using the "Take Picture from Preview" feature (only available on v2.6 version). Unfortunately, WLMM (Windows Live Movie Maker) does not have this feature.